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  • NAACP history, preparing for flu pandemic among stories in winter Virginia Tech Research magazine 

    Trulove, Susan (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2009-01-26)
    The first rural branch of the NAACP was a response to the threat of residential segregation in Falls Church, Va.
  • A Nacreous Self-Assembled Nanolaminate for Corrosion Resistance on 2024-Al Alloy 

    Gordon, Matthew (Virginia Tech, 2003-05-24)
    Nanometer thick layers of clay and polymer were formed on mica, silicon, and aluminum 2024-T3 alloy using alternating solutions of positively and negatively charged polymer and clay, respectively. Atomic force microscopy ...
  • Nada Tunnel, an old railroad tunnel 

    Palmer, Earl (Virginia Tech. Digital Library and ArchivesVirginia Tech. University Libraries. Special Collections Department, 2005-05-18)
    Now abandoned, Nada tunnel once served the lumbering industry when a railroad ran through it to the lush timberlands along Red River.
  • The Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict 

    Leckie, Chanda Allana (Virginia Tech, 2005-05-04)
    Out of the violent conflicts in the former Soviet Union, the war over Nagorno-Karabakh is the most threatening to the future development of the region, both economically and politically, as it is no closer to a solution ...
  • Nakhiah Goulbourne earns National Science Foundation CAREER award to research heart stent sensors 

    Daniilidi, Christina (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2008-09-09)
    Innovative work on a new type of heart stent sensor is earning Nakhiah Goulbourne, assistant professor of mechanical engineering at Virginia Tech, a National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) ...
  • Named Entity Recognition for Bacterial Type IV Secretion Systems 

    Ananiadou, Sophia; Sullivan, Dan; Black, William; Levow, Gina-Anne; Gillespie, Joseph J.; Mao, Chunhong; Pyysalo, Sampo; Kolluru, BalaKrishna; Tsujii, Junichi; Sobral, Bruno (Public Library of Science, 2011-03-29)
    Research on specialized biological systems is often hampered by a lack of consistent terminology, especially across species. In bacterial Type IV secretion systems genes within one set of orthologs may have over a dozen ...
  • Named Entity Recognition for IDEAL 

    Du, Qianzhou; Zhang, Xuan (2015-05-10)
    The term “Named Entity”, which was first introduced by Grishman and Sundheim, is widely used in Natural Language Processing (NLP). The researchers were focusing on the information extraction task, that is extracting ...
  • Named professor is a key figure in the future of coal 

    Raboteau, Albert Jordy, III (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2007-10-23)
    The Sago disaster, which killed 12 miners in West Virginia last year, illustrated the need for a wireless communication system to improve safety and make it easier to locate trapped workers.
  • Names of slain victims on stone 

    McAlexander, Debbie (Photographer) (Digital Library and Archives, University Libraries, Virginia Tech, 2012-03-12)
  • Names of victims and bows in VT Surplus Office 

    Akers, Jenny (Photographer) (Digital Library and Archives, University Libraries, Virginia Tech, 2012-03-12)
  • Names of victims and bows in VT Surplus Office 

    Akers, Jenny (Photographer) (Digital Library and Archives, University Libraries, Virginia Tech, 2012-03-12)
  • Nancy Love receives governor's appointment to Chesapeake Bay Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee 

    Gilbert, Karen (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2005-03-02)
    Nancy Love, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering and adjunct professor of biology at Virginia Tech, has been appointed to the Governor's Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee (STAC).
  • Nancy Ross named associate dean in the College of Science at Virginia Tech 

    Harris, Sally L. (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2004-02-18)
    Nancy Ross of Blacksburg, Va., professor of mineralogy in the College of Science at Virginia Tech, has been named the college's associate dean for research, graduate studies, and outreach.
  • Nandina, Heavenly Bamboo 

    Niemiera, Alexander Xavier, 1951- (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009-05-01)
    This publication covers the physical and main features, plant needs, functions, care, and additional information for Heavenly Bamboo, Nandina domestica.
  • Nanjing Library a Study of Intangible Contents of Architecture 

    Wang, Gang (Virginia Tech, 2005-05-10)
    The thesis is to discuss how to design for our time(2005) while respecting traditional Chinese culture and philosophy. It proposes a solution to the conflict between traditional Chinese architecture and modernization ...
  • Nano-Bio convergence conference set for Oct. 14-15 in Roanoke 

    Crumbley, Liz (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2009-09-16)
    Virginia Tech's Continuing and Professional Education is hosting Nano-Bio: The Next Transformative Convergence, Oct. 14-15 at the Hotel Roanoke and Conference Center in Roanoke.

    Li, Qing Qing (Virginia Tech, 2012-12-13)
    Nanocellulose is a nascent and promising material with many exceptional properties and a broad spectrum of potential applications; hence, it has drawn increasing research interests in the past decade.  A new type of ...
  • Nanocomposite of ZrO2/Polymer Thin-Film Coatings by The Ionically Self-Assembled Monolayer Technique 

    Rosidian, Aprillya (Virginia Tech, 1998-03-16)
    Nanocomposites of multilayer structures of zirconia/polymer thin-film coatings have been fabricated on quartz and single-crystal silicon substrates by the Ionically Self-Assembled Monolayer (ISAM) technique. Particle size ...
  • Nanocomposite-based Lignocellulosic Fibers 

    Lin, Zhiyuan (Virginia Tech, 2009-12-16)
    The formation of layered nanoparticle films on the surface of wood fibers is reported in this study. The layer-by-layer (LbL) assembly technique was comprehensively investigated as a non-covalent surface modification method ...
  • Nanocrystal research could lead to new vaccine and computer inks 

    Davis, Lynn (Virginia Tech. University Relations, 2007-03-28)
    Maren Roman, assistant professor in the wood science and forest products department of the College of Natural Resources at Virginia Tech, is taking nanocrystal research to a new level that may lead to a new generation of ...