Environmental Protection Agency plans to improve testing for lead in drinking water nationwide are long overdue, according to Marc Edwards, the Virginia Tech professor who helped expose the water crisis in Flint, Mich. and other cities.
A Real ID is a form of identification that meets increased security standards for state-issued driver's licenses and identification cards. Travelers will be required to provide either a Real ID or another TSA-approved form of identification in order to fly after October 1, 2020.
“It's not fully clear to me there is a coherent strategy,” said Karen Hult. “Communications in this White House has had significant turnover in direction and inconsistent relationships with the President. President Trump, moreover, evidently sees himself as the chief communicator, which on occasion complicates matters.”
In this talk, Virginia Tech humanities scholar Sylvester Johnson and computer scientist Kurt Luther will share recent discoveries and explore how the latest technological advances in AI are changing our lives.
“Having to hold an unprecedented second parliamentary election in a few months is a testimony to the deep political cleavage in Israeli politics,” says Boroujerdi. “Netanyahu may still end up winning the election but this does not mean that the task of governing will become any easier starting tomorrow.”
Virginia Tech has a team of coastal experts available to talk with reporters as Hurricane Dorian heads toward the East Coast. Researchers can provide insight about hurricanes, flash flooding, storm surge, sea-level rise and emergency response.
Detained migrant children who have been separated from their families and living in poor conditions at U.S. Border Patrol facilities are at risk from facing traumatic physical and mental health impacts, according to medical experts at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine.
The stereotype of the Fourth of July is a culmination of fireworks, food, and friends coming together, but has it always been a celebration of freedom? A recent student research project at Virginia Tech finds that, historically, that’s not always been the case.
According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), over 48 million Americans per year suffer from foodborne illnesses. Luckily, by following a few basic food safety tips from Virginia Tech food safety expert Robert Williams, consumers can make sure their holiday fun isn’t tainted by food poisoning.