• Jean Tom, Innovative Leader in Pharmaceutical Industry, to Deliver 2019 Edward L. Paul Lecture

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  • Viewing options for launch of satellite designed, built by UVa students

    A small satellite designed and built by University of Virginia students is set to blast off from Virginia’s Eastern Shore on Wednesday afternoon. At 4:46 p.m., the Libertas CubeSat will be launched from the Wallops Flight Facility and will travel on a rocket to the International Space Station.

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  • Student Satellite Designers Prepare to Party

    After celebrating a big win in basketball, some students at UVA are preparing for another party as the satellites they designed are launched into space. About a hundred students from UVA, and another 50 from Virginia Tech, ODU and Hampton will be watching when a rocket blasts off late Wednesday afternoon with three little satellites on board.

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  • Podcast: UVA Launches CubeSats into Space

    University of Virginia Prof., Christopher Goyne, Associate Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, discusses the CubeSat Program, its importance, and its advantages with Les Sinclair. At 4:46 p.m. on Wednesday, April 17, a spacecraft called Libertas CubeSat, designed and built by UVA undergraduate students, will blast off to the International Space Station aboard an Antares rocket from Wallops Flight Facility on the Eastern Shore.

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  • Big Prizes on the Line for Six Pike Fellows Teams

    University of Virginia students, pitching business ventures as varied as cybersecurity services, beach basketball and a medical device, vie for the $50,000 Pike Award for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

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  • MMI Retreat Brings New Collaboration

  • ChemE Ph.D. and Undergraduate Students Seek to Catalyze Better Ways to Convert Methane

    Methane could be valuable as a fuel; instead it’s a huge source of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Chemical engineering researchers at UVA want to flip that narrative.

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  • Through Thick and Thin: Neutrons Track Lithium Ions in Battery Electrodes

    Chemical Engineering Researchers Publish Work in Journal of Power Sources

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  • MIST Takes ACC InVenture Prize, Becoming Third UVA Engineering Team to Win in Consecutive Years

  • Mete Civelek is Named Outstanding Undergraduate Research Mentor

  • Pairs of Students Pursue Scientific, Social Research with ’Double Hoo’ Awards

    They will be backed by “Double Hoo” research awards, which fund pairings of undergraduate and graduate students who collaborate on research projects. UVA Engineers are 3 of 15 new projects and 3 of 5 grant renewals.

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