Virginia Tech featured on Science Coalition's website

BLACKSBURG, Va., May 12, 2005 – Research at Virginia Tech that impacts everyday life will be featured May 16-22 on the Science Coalition's website, a comprehensive resource for information on federally funded science research. The Science Coalition website featuring Virginia Tech will present research by faculty members and students looking at obesity and stiff arteries, wireless networks and smart garments, brain tumors, cultural and archeological history of Southside Virginia, recovering discarded coal, theater production, architecture design, tsunami recovery, information assurance, and global e-commerce.

Each week, the Coalition highlights scientific advances and on-going research at member universities. As a premiere research institution, Virginia Tech has been noted for scientific achievement and education in such areas as biotechnology, business, environment, education, the humanities, information technology, and materials. Click here for the direct link to the Virginia Tech page.

The Science Coalition comprises major public and private research universities nationwide with more than 350 businesses, voluntary health organizations, medical groups, healthcare providers, and scientific societies, dedicated to sustaining the federal government's historic commitment to federally funded university science research.