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Reimagining information processing

Because technology is a part of our everyday lives, it may be difficult to imagine what the future of technology will look like, let alone what it has the potential of accomplishing.

New research suggests forests, like humans, require a balanced diet

The world’s forests are on a fast food diet of carbon dioxide, which is currently causing them to grow faster. But a researcher at West Virginia University, along with an international team of scientists, finds evidence suggesting that forest growth may soon peak as the trees deplete nitrogen in the soil over longer growing seasons. 

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Meet the Grads: Tyler Brewster

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Meet the Grads: Aaron Brake

WVU history faculty earn prestigious NEH fellowships

An unprecedented two scholars from West Virginia University have received the top fellowship from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

WVU physicists awarded $1.34 million to develop machine-learning software

Researchers from West Virginia University have received $1.34 million to develop machine-learning software for the U.S. Department of Energy.

West Virginia is shaped by geology

WVU geologist gives tour of state's 'roadside geology' in new book

WVU chemists find new frontier for pharmaceutical development

West Virginia University chemists have developed an experiment to improve the efficiency of creating new medicine.