Jake Stump, director, West Virginia University Research Communications
Supply chain efficiency is critical for COVID-19 vaccine
There are many supply chain links with the COVID-19 vaccine, which means the potential for something going wrong is greater. Efficiency and security are more important than ever.
University working with 3D-printing developer to produce swabs for COVID-19 testing
The Innovation Hub at West Virginia University is working with a Massachusetts-based 3D-printing company to produce medical swabs for COVID-19 testing.
Prolonging power plant life through artificial intelligence
A West Virginia University chemical engineer is tapping into artificial intelligence (AI) to prolong the lives of power plant boilers.
Teaching engineers communication and the humanities
West Virginia University researchers are developing a holistic cross-disciplinary engineering education project to advance the professional formation of engineers to better prepare them for the more complex problems of today and tomorrow
Reducing freshwater use by power plants
West Virginia University researchers are seeking ways to quench the thirst of the nation’s power plants in a more cost-effective, environmentally-friendly fashion.
University receives award to prepare students for cybersecurity jobs
West Virginia University has received a $1 million award from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to prepare students for cybersecurity jobs with a project called "ACCESS," which cultivates cybersecurity experts through scholarships and education.