Characterizing an autism patient’s behavior can be challenging, but these West Virginia University researchers aim to make identification easier by conducting the first systematic study toward autism spectrum disorder phenotyping using behavior-tracking technology.
Join the Office of Tech Transfer for this session to learn about the Shared Research Facilities, a resource for researchers to have access to high-tech instruments, on Sept. 29 at noon.
Researchers at West Virginia University are vying to overcome the final hurdle in connecting renewable energy to the power grid by “greenifying” the production of hydrogen.
Undergraduate researchers at WVU will spend the next year pursuing projects in enzymes and fungi— research that could ultimately help people with chronic diseases and develop new pharmaceuticals. Jackie Arnold and Abigail Jones got involved in research during their freshmen years.
Attend a WVU Libraries online citation manager workshop to learn how to use tools to organize, format and share citations.
Through a nearly $50,000 grant from the Appalachian Regional Commission’s Partnerships for Opportunity and Workforce and Economic Revitalization Initiative, a team from WVU Extension Service, Chambers College of Business & Economics, Morris L. Hayhurst LaunchLab and the West Virginia Public Education Collaborative is developing a strategic plan to encourage and support youth entrepreneurship in West Virginia.