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    • Safety vs. Autonomy: The Struggles of Adult Children Assisting Parents with Mild Cognitive Impairment 

      Pujari, Kristen; Blieszner, Rosemary; Roberto, Karen A. (Virginia Tech, 2009)
      The purposes of this qualitative analysis were to understand when, why, and how adult children decide to provide more intense support when a parent has mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and to identify gender similarities ...
    • Safety, Operational, and Energy Impacts of In-vehicle Adaptive Stop Displays Using Connected Vehicle Technology 

      Noble, Alexandria M. (Connected Vehicle/Infrastructure University Transportation Center (CVI-UTC); Research and Innovative Technology Administration, 2015-07-30)
      Un-signalized intersections create multiple opportunities for missed or misunderstood information. Stop sign-controlled intersections have also been shown to be a source of delay and emissions due to their frequent, often ...
    • Salmonella inactivation and cross-contamination on cherry and grape tomatoes under simulated wash conditions 

      Bolten, Samantha; Gu, Ganyu; Luo, Yaguang; Van Haute, Sam; Zhou, Bin; Millner, Pat; Micallef, Shirley A.; Nou, Xiangwu (2020-05)
      Washing in chlorinated water is widely practiced for commercial fresh produce processing. While known as an effective tool for mitigating food safety risks, chlorine washing could also represent an opportunity for spreading ...
    • Salt-tolerant rice variety adoption in the Mekong River Delta: Farmer adaptation to sea-level rise 

      Paik, SongYi; Dung Thi Phuong Le; Lien Thi Nhu; Mills, Bradford F. (2020-03-16)
      Rice production in the Mekong River Delta of Vietnam (MRD) is endangered by sea-level rise and an associated increase in the incidence of salinity intrusion. This paper examines the diffusion of salt tolerant rice varieties ...
    • Salting our freshwater lakes 

      Dugan, Hilary A.; Bartlett, Sarah L.; Burke, Samantha M.; Doubek, Jonathan P.; Krivak-Tetley, Flora E.; Skaff, Nicholas K.; Summers, Jamie C.; Farrell, Kaitlin J.; McCullough, Ian M.; Morales-Williams, Ana M.; Roberts, Derek C.; Ouyang, Zutao; Scordo, Facundo; Hanson, Paul C.; Weathers, Kathleen C. (NAS, 2017-03-08)
      The highest densities of lakes on Earth are in north temperate ecosystems, where increasing urbanization and associated chloride runoff can salinize freshwaters and threaten lake water quality and the many ecosystem services ...
    • Same influenza vaccination strategies but different outcomes across US cities? 

      Taylor, Claudia; Marathe, Achla; Beckman, Richard (International Society for Infectious Diseases, 2010-09)
      Objectives: This research aimed to determine if the same influenza vaccination strategies would have the same level of effectiveness when applied to two different US metropolitan areas, Miami and Seattle, where the composition ...
    • SARS-CoV-2 Is a Culprit for Some, but Not All Acute Ischemic Strokes: A Report from the Multinational COVID-19 Stroke Study Group 

      Shahjouei, Shima; Anyaehie, Michelle; Koza, Eric; Tsivgoulis, Georgios; Naderi, Soheil; Mowla, Ashkan; Avula, Venkatesh; Vafaei Sadr, Alireza; Chaudhary, Durgesh; Farahmand, Ghasem; Griessenauer, Christoph; Azarpazhooh, Mahmoud Reza; Misra, Debdipto; Li, Jiang; Abedi, Vida; Zand, Ramin (2021-03)
      Background. SARS-CoV-2 infected patients are suggested to have a higher incidence of thrombotic events such as acute ischemic strokes (AIS). This study aimed at exploring vascular comorbidity patterns among SARS-CoV-2 ...
    • Saving a river: Why do local governments matter? 

      Rola, Agnes C.; Tabien, C. (College, Laguna, Philippines: University of the Philippines Los Baños. School of Environmental Science and Management, 2001)
      This paper evaluates the sufficiency and local implementation of river management laws in the Philippines. The assessment is that although there are enough policies and regulations, they are not adequately implemented at ...
    • SBIO Newsletter, Fall 2013 

      Sustainable Biomaterials (Virginia Tech, 2013-09-11)
      This is the intradepartmental newsletter for Virginia Tech’s Department of Sustainable Biomaterials
    • SBIO Newsletter, Fall 2013 II 

      Sustainable Biomaterials (Virginia Tech, 2013-12-09)
      This is the intradepartmental newsletter for Virginia Tech’s Department of Sustainable Biomaterials
    • SBIO Newsletter, Fall 2014 

      Sustainable Biomaterials (Virginia Tech, 2014-11-10)
      This is the intradepartmental newsletter for Virginia Tech’s Department of Sustainable Biomaterials
    • SBIO Newsletter, Fall 2015 

      Sustainable Biomaterials (Virginia Tech, 2015-10-20)
      This is the intradepartmental newsletter for Virginia Tech’s Department of Sustainable Biomaterials
    • SBIO Newsletter, Fall 2016 

      Sustainable Biomaterials (Virginia Tech, 2016-10-13)
      This is the intradepartmental newsletter for Virginia Tech’s Department of Sustainable Biomaterials
    • SBIO Newsletter, Fall 2017 

      Sustainable Biomaterials (Virginia Tech, 2017-10-26)
      This is the intradepartmental newsletter for Virginia Tech’s Department of Sustainable Biomaterials
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      Sustainable Biomaterials (Virginia Tech, 2018-10)
      This is the intradepartmental newsletter for Virginia Tech’s Department of Sustainable Biomaterials.
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      Sustainable Biomaterials (Virginia Tech, 2015-05-21)
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      Sustainable Biomaterials (Virginia Tech, 2016-04-26)
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      Sustainable Biomaterials (Virginia Tech, 2017-05-12)
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      Sustainable Biomaterials (Department of Sustainable Biomaterials, 2019)
      The intradepartmental newsletter for Virginia Tech’s Department of Sustainable Biomaterials. This issue features articles on study abroad in Ireland and Costa Rica, InsideTREES summer camp, and alumni thoughts.
    • SBIO Newsletter, Winter 2014 

      Sustainable Biomaterials (Virginia Tech, 2014-03-18)
      This is the intradepartmental newsletter for Virginia Tech’s Department of Sustainable Biomaterials