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Scientists at the Virginia Bioinformatics Institute at Virginia Tech have discovered some of the key molecular events in the immune system that contribute to inflammatory bowel disease.
When an antibiotic is consumed, researchers have learned that up to 90 percent passes through a body without metabolizing.
A well-known paper-based medical chart used by pediatric emergency personnel across America is undergoing a 21st century boost in an collaborative effort between Virginia Tech's College of Engineering, Roanoke-based Carilion Clinic Children's Hospital, and the physician who created the original method some 25 years ago.
Using hyperthermia, Virginia Tech engineering researchers and a colleague from India unveiled a new method to target and destroy cancerous cells.
A researcher at Virginia Tech has been studying an unusual breed of Asian snake that can glide long distances in the air in order to unlock its secrets.
Scientists are investigating new combined therapies to deliver cancer treatments that target only the tumor without damaging normal tissue.
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Many plants, including crops, release volatiles in response to insect attack.
Itâ€™s an occurrence that happens so fast it cannot be followed by the human eye, however, researchers have solved the mystery of how cats lap liquids with such elegance.
A new research study co-spearheaded by Virginia Tech researchers highlights problems with some brass products in plumbing systems that can leach high levels of lead into drinking water, even in brand new buildings â€“ and suggests that such problems may often go undetected.
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