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Research report: The numbers behind the innovation

Research report: The numbers behind the innovation

The impact of Virginia Commonwealth University researchers is wide-ranging — they have patented a canine vaccine for Lyme disease, led a nationwide effort to study concussions and aided the resurgence of sturgeon in the James River.

VCU Engineering receives funding to improve access to AIDS drugs

VCU Engineering receives funding to improve access to AIDS drugs

The Virginia Commonwealth University School of Engineering’s Medicines for All project has received approximately $5 million from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to develop a more cost-effective way to manufacture Dolutegravir, a new HIV/AIDS therapy.

Study could help amphibian conservation efforts

Study could help amphibian conservation efforts

When a Southern chorus frog calls in the night from its wetland home, its voice sounds like a thumb being drawn across a fine toothed comb. At least that’s how it’s described by James Vonesh, Ph.D., associate professor of biology.

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