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WVU research promotes healthier poultry and environment

Using what was once a waste product in the forestry industry, three researchers in the West Virginia University Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design aim to improve the health of chickens while using less fossil fuel on farms.

The Mountaineers Make History With NCAA Bid

The West Virginia University women's volleyball team earned its first-ever at-large bid in the 2021 NCAA Division I Women's Volleyball Championship, the selection committee announced on Sunday.

COVID-19 tracking efforts led by WVU emphasize need for investment in public health

While most people go years without needing the smoke detectors in their homes, they would never choose to get rid of a device that saves lives and prevents injury in the event of an emergency. But that’s often what happens to public health systems across the country. Dr. Christopher J. Martin, professor for the West Virginia University School of Public Health, calls it the “paradox of public health.”

WVU-led Dolly Sods GPU cluster to drive new frontiers of computational research in physics and astronomy, drug discovery, data science and more

A graphics processing unit computer cluster called “Dolly Sods” will enable researchers throughout the state to accelerate computational research in fields such as drug development, interstellar phenomena, biometrics, material design and business logistics and management. Blake Mertz, associate professor of chemistry at West Virginia University, is leading the project, recently funded by a $1.1 million National Science Foundation grant.

West Virginia University and the Brandr Group launch group licensing for student-athletes

West Virginia University and The Brandr Group (TBG) have established a group licensing agreement for the university's student-athletes covering all the Mountaineers' 18 varsity sports. This partnership creates new opportunities for West Virginia's student-athletes to profit off their Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) using the school's official trademarks and logos.