Virginia Tech News
- Engineering professor develops potential method of objectively detecting ADHD
Despite the growing number of children and adolescents identified as having attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), there is no objective diagnosis protocol. Yet.
- Slimming down, beefing up brain implants
When it comes to sticking something into your brain, smaller is usually better. Virginia Tech researchers are reducing the size and increasing the conductivity of deep brain implants.
- Have you thanked your brain’s astrocytes today?
Virginia Tech engineers are forging new computational tools to shed light on the role of vitally important cells in the human brain called astrocytes.
- Acoustic time travel
CERN artist-in-residence develops ear for physics
- The march of the penguin diagrams
More than 30 years ago, a physicist honored a bet by naming a particle decay diagram after an aquatic bird.
- The hunt for microscopic black holes
Finding micro black holes at the LHC would alert scientists to the existence of extra dimensions, which might explain why gravity seems so weak.
Scientific American – Food Matters Blog
- Invasion of the tomato leaf miner
A tiny invasive moth wreaks havoc on tomato crops.
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