CBS19: [Video] UVA Lab Finds Protein From Squid Could Be New Green energy Source in DOE Project
The UVA Engineering ExSiTE Lab successfully finished a project for the U.S. Department of Energy that shows squid-inspired synthetic protein can be made into thermal batteries that would heat buildings.
Fast Company: These Palm-Tree-Inspired Wind Turbines Are Designed to Bend in Hurricanes
Professor Eric Loth leads the team designing massive turbines that could cut the cost of wind power by 20%.
Accolades: Engineering Faculty, Staff Recognized for Contributions, Service
Members of the computer science and engineering systems and environment departments were named among UVA faculty and staff receiving honors for professional contributions and community outreach.
UVA Engineering Research Team Applies Quantum Sensing Expertise to Help Build the Bioeconomy
Partnership with Oak Ridge National Laboratory Aims to Develop Novel Molecular Imaging System for Biofuels Engineers
The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded a UVA Engineering-led team a $2.1 million, three-year grant from the agency’s biological and environmental research program.
UVA Helps Illuminate Path Toward Wind Energy and Storage Future
Renowned Academic Group Creates Roadmap for Attaining Wind Energy-Driven Decarbonization Goals Using Community Voice
Eric Loth joins top experts in wind energy systems, urban planning and anthropology to pave a way for large-scale wind energy.
Mool Gupta Earns DOE Innovation Grant to Recycle Silver in Solar Panels
Mool Gupta, Langley Professor of electrical and computer engineering, will demonstrate a new, environmentally friendly way to remove and purify silver from old solar panels for re-use in photovoltaics, solar-thermal technologies and biomedical devices.
Professor's Technology Can Help Make Your Fruits and Vegetables Safer
Chemical engineering associate professor Bryan Berger talked with UVA Today about his company’s alternative to agricultural pesticides and disinfectants.
Go-With-The-Flow Wind Turbine, Conceived by UVA Prof, Completes Successful Demo
Wind turbine innovator professor Eric Loth creates a leading design in the international race to optimize offshore wind power.
Chemical Engineering Ph.D. Student Wins UVA’s Inaugural Bhakta Rath Research Award
Tori Vigil is the first recipient of a new University award recognizing excellence in public impact research in areas anticipating future needs of the nation.
UVA Multifunctional Thin Film Group Lends Expertise to Electric Vehicle Battery Challenge
New Study Will Characterize Microstructure of Ceramics Suitable for Solid-State Lithium Batteries
Ian Brummel studies materials that will make the lithium battery safer and allow it to charge faster.