Evidence of wildlife passage, such as tracks, scat, fur, and disturbed surroundings, is a more accurate tool for assessing wildlife conservation status than actual encounters with animals, according to an international team of scientists from six...
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Asilisaurus and living crocodilians grow similarly in that individuals of both species show marked differences in growth patterns.
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The new information about the Y chromosome will facilitate efforts to reduce female mosquitoes or create sterile males—strategies of interest to research teams across the world.
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Truck drivers who have obstructive sleep apnea and who do not attempt to adhere to a mandated treatment program have a fivefold increase in the risk of a severe crash.
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Virginia Tech researchers are working with academic and industry partners in a $1 million pilot project to recover rare earth elements from coal.
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Mountaintop Mining, Crop Irrigation Can Damage Freshwater Biodiversity, Virginia Tech Researcher Says
An international, multi-institutional team of researchers that includes a Virginia Tech graduate student recommends ways that humans can protect freshwater from salts in an article Friday (Feb. 26) in the journal Science.
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Two Virginia Tech researchers have discovered a way to maximize the amount of electricity that can be generated from the wastewater we flush down the toilet.
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Virginia Tech students were in a Durham Hall lab in Blacksburg, Virginia, on Friday morning, packing bottles and printing water-testing instructions for delivery to Flint, Michigan, to address a public health crisis.
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Alireza Haghighat, a professor with the Nuclear Engineering Program at Virginia Tech, discussed research related to the 2011 accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear complex with scientists in Japan.
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