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2 hrs ago | WVIZ-TV Cleveland
As technology touches more and more aspects of life, and all manner of companies race to design new apps, mobile platforms, anti-hacking systems and the like - one outcome is certain: more tech jobs.
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6 hrs ago | World Magazine
"I'm melting! Melting! Oh, what a world! a Look out! I'm going! Ohhhh-Ohhhhhhhhhh!" That famous last utterance from the Wicked Witch of the West in The Wizard of Oz summarizes what many college admissions directors fear this July.
10 hrs ago | Firerescue1
The city of Charlottesville, Va. - home to the University of Virginia - is putting the finishing touches on a $14.2 million state-of-the art facility for the Charlottesville Fire Department's Fontaine Ave. fire station .
Arp220 is a nearby Ultraluminous Infrared Galaxy similar to what ALESS65 would look like if it were closer to Earth.
Taking second place, the team at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Ind., designed the OQ451-5 Trident, a hydrogen-powered UAS capable of seven days of uninterrupted flight.
According to a survey done by Senator Claire McCaskill, D-Mo.,one in five colleges and universities do not provide sexual assault training for faculty and staff members.
Timothy Beatley , professor of sustainable communities at the University of Virginia, has done it again.
For many people, being forced to spend a few minutes alone with their thoughts is an unpleasant experience, new research suggests.
College and university students from across the country are taking science to greater heights thanks to a new NASA program.
Climate scientist Michael Mann with a cross section of a tree showing its rings, which have been a focus of his research on climate change.
While writing only 500 words for your University of Virginia Darden School of Business application essay may seem simple, it requires discipline to highlight all of the important parts of your profile for the admissions committee in less space.
You are sitting alone in a room, a white-walled room. You are playing Candy Crush on your phone when suddenly, the unthinkable happens: your phone has died.
Terrence Brody replaces Marc Ferzan, who became the executive director of the office when it was created shortly after Superstorm Sandy devastated the state.
Does the idea of sitting alone in a room for 15 minutes doing absolutely nothing sound like pure bliss or unimaginable torture? Many participants in a new study out of the University of Virginia agreed on the latter, as researchers concluded that today's society has become increasingly averse to the notion of stillness.
Two U.S. senators have introduced a bill that would scrap the much-maligned Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
A study published in Science by a team at the University of Virginia showed that people would rather shock themselves than be left alone.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 12:40 pm
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