A research professor and forensic economic expert at West Virginia University said the opioid epidemic has taken a substantial, expensive toll on this state, preventing West Virginia from investing in its citizens because of this drug abuse crisis.
Mechanical and aerospace engineering faculty members Jason Gross and Yu Gu have been awarded nearly $300,000 in funding from the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency to study autonomous operations of UAVs and ground robots in underground tunnels/caves.
From protecting us from dangerous infections to redefining the future of artificial intelligence to advancing the use of natural gas to bring economic benefit to the state, the depth and breadth of West Virginia University’s research and its potential to improve the lives of the citizens of the state is being recognized.
West Virginia University, a leader in technology and economic development around gas utilization, today announced that WVU’s Center for Innovation in Gas Research and Utilization will showcase its achievements at an open house on Tues., Dec. 12, from 4:30 - 7:30 p.m., at the Erickson Alumni Center.
The WVU community and research colleagues throughout the greater Morgantown area are invited to join the Energy Institute/National Research Center for Coal and Energy for a holiday open house Friday (Dec. 8) from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Media Innovation Center in the Evansdale Crossing.
Physicists at West Virginia University have discovered a way to control a newly discovered quantum particle, potentially leading to faster computers and other electronic devices. Weyl fermions, massless quasiparticles that were predicted to exist in 1930 by mathematician H. Weyl, were first detected separately by three independent research groups in 2015.
The Health Sciences Innovation Center will host a year-end reception highlighting its incubator companies and invites everyone to join in celebrating its accomplishments Dec.14 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Rockefeller Neurosciences Institute.