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      • A drone hovers in the air above tall corn stalks.
      • The future of farming

        Spurred by a graying workforce, Virginia Tech researchers are laying the groundwork for an accessible future of agriculture.

      • Shaking up a lab

        Alumni are helping Virginia Tech establish a lab that aims to be a leading international vibrations research lab.

      • Jonathan Boreyko and Brook Kennedy with the fog harp
      • Out of the lab, into the field

        While traditional fog harvesters use mesh netting to catch these droplets, the fog harp opts for a vertical array of wires instead, a design change that increases their collection capacity for clean water by threefold.

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Virginia Tech Engineering in the News

The Kojo Nnamdi Show: The Pipeline From Schools To Tech Jobs: What HQ2 Means For Education In Our Region
WVTF:
Incentives, Education Combine to Land Amazon in Northern Virginia
International Business Times
- New packaging could reduce inadvertent waste
Chicago Tribune
- Flint researchers find alarming levels of lead in Cicero, Berwyn tap water, suggesting thousands of older homes at risk
International Business Times - 3D-Printed Graphene: New Technique Could Create Objects In Any Shape, Size
Fast Company The way we build doesn’t take climate disaster seriously enough
Fast Company - Lockheed Martin’s new job interview is a 14-foot-tall black box and a near-impossible aerospace equation
Forbes - Tenacity: The ultimate skill when it really matters
Associated Press - Virginia Tech researchers get award to study exoskeletons
Outside Magazine - The Cycle Life: This lab ranked the safest bike helmets
Fast Company - This bike helmet can fold down to the size of a water bottle
Scientific American - Antifreeze surface fights ice with ice
The Times of London - Scientists give frost the cold shoulder
The Verge - Scientists are harvesting water by building fog harps and zapping the air
Daily Mirror - Scientists develop 'super slippery' packaging that ensures you get every last drop of ketchup
Business Insider - The most common mistakes people make when choosing passwords, according to research
EdScoop - Virginia Tech to build blockchain-focused curriculum
Robotics Business Review - Tabletop grapes to get picked by robots in India, with help from Virginia
WIRED - Students turn the chevy camaro into a eco-happy future machine
Roanoke Times - Virginia Tech concussion lab expands rating system to soccer headgear
USA Today - Young NASCAR driver Erik Jones touring college campuses

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