In an ongoing effort to improve campus safety and security, 145 new indoor emergency phones are being installed on Virginia Tech’s Blacksburg, Virginia, campus this summer. The phones are small blue call boxes with two-way speakers that are mounted to walls in central building locations.
The team developed a “tunable” microchip that can capture proteins from human breast cancer cells to directly view them with high precision and to study how they function and interact with other molecules.
Virginia Tech is the sensor to the health and well-being of the world, and data is the key. That was one of the messages shared during Monday’s Data and Decision Sciences destination area meeting at the Graduate Life Center.