New database to track millions of public policies
Policymakers, researchers and journalists alike will soon have access to roughly 4.2 million state government decisions in a single database.
New technology coordinates drones in team missions
A West Virginia University mathematics researcher has developed an algorithm to mobilize unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in team missions.
Psychologist explores connection between child abuse and mortality risk in women
A West Virginia University researcher is
investigating links between child abuse and mortality risk in women.
Shape Your Destiny: Daniel Szelc
Statistics alum David Szelc uses statistics to help improve the quality performance of Medicare beneficiaries in their health and drug services to optimize health outcomes. We followed up with him to see what he's been up to since earning his degree in statistics in 2010.
Hoover Foundation endows forensic and investigative science scholarship
Growing up, Tabetha Soberdash always knew she wanted to be a lawyer.
Ebola survivors still face fear, stigma in Sierra Leone
The World Health Organization may have declared the most recent Ebola epidemic in West Africa over as of last March, but many people in Sierra Leone still find themselves segregated from their families and communities—a carryover of efforts to stop the spread of the highly contagious disease.