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    • B. Water Resources Management in Virginia and the Role of Localities 

      Randolph, John (Virginia Tech. College of Architecture and Urban Studies., 1991-03)
      This report is one of ten volumes that make up the Sourcebook for Local Water Resources Management, which provides a wide range of information to assist localities in Virginia. The compendium was produced by a team from ...
    • Back to the Future: Lösch, Isard, and the Role of Money and Credit in the Space-Economy 

      Bieri, David S. (Virginia Tech, 2016-08)
      The recent financial crisis has been a powerful reminder that the intersectoral flow of funds is also—always and everywhere—a local phenomenon with real effects. Yet, the contemporary canon of regional economic theory has ...
    • Biomimetic and Live Medusae Reveal the Mechanistic Advantages of a Flexible Bell Margin 

      Colin, Sean P.; Costello, John H.; Dabiri, John O.; Villanueva, Alex; Blottman, John B.; Gemmell, Brad J.; Priya, Shashank (PLOS, 2012-11-07)
      Flexible bell margins are characteristic components of rowing medusan morphologies and are expected to contribute towards their high propulsive efficiency. However, the mechanistic basis of thrust augmentation by flexible ...
    • Blasted Flies and Nanoparticles for TBI 

      Hockey, KS; Sholar, CA; Sajja, VS; Hubbard, WB; Thorpe, C; VandeVord, PJ; Rzigalinski, BA (Brain Injuries and Biomechanics Symposium, 2013-09-19)
      This presentation briefly summaries two major areas of work in our lab, development of a Drosophila model of blast injury and treatment of traumatic brain injury (TBI) with cerium oxide nanoparticles. First, we discuss the ...
    • Brain Computer Interfaces and ASD Treatment 

      Gracanin, Denis (2012-10-12)
      Denis Gracanin, from the computer science department, proposed research in the use of brain computer interface devices as help with social and health aspects of autism spectrum disorders, with the goal of developing a ...
    • Brain Injury Prediction: Assessing the Combined Probability of Concussion Using Linear and Rotational Head Acceleration 

      Rowson, Steven; Duma, Stefan M. (BMES, 2013-05)
      Recent research has suggested possible long term effects due to repetitive concussions, highlighting the importance of developing methods to accurately quantify concussion risk. This study introduces a new injury metric, ...
    • Broadband/Wideband Magnetoelectric Response 

      Park, Chee-Sung; Priya, Shashank (Hindawi, 2012-04-08)
      A broadband/wideband magnetoelectric (ME) composite offers new opportunities for sensing wide ranges of both DC and AC magnetic fields. The broadband/wideband behavior is characterized by flat ME response over a given AC ...
    • Capillary forces on a small particle at a liquid-vapor interface: Theory and simulation 

      Tang, Yanfei; Cheng, Shengfeng (American Physical Society, 2018-09-24)
    • Carilion Clinic Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 

      Adams, Felicity (2012-10-12)
      Dr. Felicity Adams describes the child psychiatry training program at Carilion, including treatments for children with autism spectrum disorders and a trial of memantine. Dr. Adams explains future research interests in HPA ...
    • Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of ASD 

      Lee, Yong Woo (2012-10-12)
      Yong Woo Lee describes the role of inflammation in disease and the pathophysiological mechanisms of ASD, and suggests multidisciplinary autism research into the efficacy of anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory drugs as ...
    • Center for Autism Research Conference Flyer 

      Virginia Tech (2012-08-14)
      This is the flyer for the Center for Autism Research Conference held at the Virginia Bioinformatics Institute on August 15, 2012. The flyer describes the program idea, the purpose of the conference, presenters and ...
    • Center for Gerontology Newsletter, 2013 35th Anniversary Edition 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2013)
      This special edition of the Center for Gerontology newsletter commemorates the center's 35th anniversary.
    • Center for Gerontology Newsletter, Fall 2002 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2002)
      The Center for Gerontology newsletter, published twice annually, provides faculty and project updates, along with recognitions received by faculty and students in the area of age-related research and activities.
    • Center for Gerontology Newsletter, Fall 2003 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2003)
      The Center for Gerontology newsletter, published twice annually, provides faculty and project updates, along with recognitions received by faculty and students in the area of age-related research and activities.
    • Center for Gerontology Newsletter, Fall 2004 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2004)
      The Center for Gerontology newsletter, published twice annually, provides faculty and project updates, along with recognitions received by faculty and students in the area of age-related research and activities.
    • Center for Gerontology Newsletter, Fall 2005 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2005)
      The Center for Gerontology newsletter, published twice annually, provides faculty and project updates, along with recognitions received by faculty and students in the area of age-related research and activities.
    • Center for Gerontology Newsletter, Fall 2006 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2006)
      The Center for Gerontology newsletter, published twice annually, provides faculty and project updates, along with recognitions received by faculty and students in the area of age-related research and activities.
    • Center for Gerontology Newsletter, Fall 2007 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2007)
      The Center for Gerontology newsletter, published twice annually, provides faculty and project updates, along with recognitions received by faculty and students in the area of age-related research and activities.
    • Center for Gerontology Newsletter, Fall 2009 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2009)
      The Center for Gerontology newsletter, published twice annually, provides faculty and project updates, along with recognitions received by faculty and students in the area of age-related research and activities.
    • Center for Gerontology Newsletter, Fall 2010 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2010)
      The Center for Gerontology newsletter, published twice annually, provides faculty and project updates, along with recognitions received by faculty and students in the area of age-related research and activities.