Robots are more than imaginative characters in cartoons — a lot more. In fact, WVU researchers are finding ways to pollinate plants, explore other planets and prevent roof failures in underground mining operations. They just might become humanity’s best friend. Read the full WVU Magazine story online.
The Libraries’ Research Skills workshops will help you learn research tips and tricks to succeed in academics. Prep for your next research assignment, find resources for a literature review, situate yourself in previous literature and learn where to find key resources by attending one or more of these workshops.
The 2022 Evolving Energy Conference, hosted by West Virginia University’s TransTech Energy, will be held at the Morgantown Marriott at Waterfront Place Oct. 6-7. This conference will bring together high-level thought leaders in the energy sector to share ideas and views on the future of energy in Appalachia.
WVU Research will host the fall 2022 Aging Research Collaborators Group event slated for 2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 25, in the Shenandoah Room of the Mountainlair.
West Virginia University researchers are resurrecting discarded electronics, recycling electronic waste and recovering minerals from it to make new products critical for national defense.
The force behind WVU’s Appalachian Coders project has made it her mission to remove elitism from gifted education. This means identifying gifted students living in disadvantaged areas while promoting the STEM disciplines.