Susan Duncan's new lab in the Human and Agricultural Biosciences Building 1 will allow her to use unprecedented technology to help consumers eat better, and food science industry leaders to make better products.
Rising one slot to No. 40 in university research expenditures in the United States, Virginia Tech is the only Virginia institution in the top 50 of National Science Foundation rankings and remains among the top 25 public research universities.
A new doctoral program recently approved by the Virginia Tech Board of Visitors has attracted national attention by the leading association for United States medical schools, teaching hospitals, and health systems for its innovation in research and research-focused training.
The Virginia Tech Board of Visitors recently approved a resolution to create a new doctor of philosophy degree in Translational Biology, Medicine, and Health. The interdisciplinary program will emphasize the concept of translational medicine - the transformation of scientific discoveries into diagnostics, therapeutics, and health-promoting behaviors and policies