Assistant Professor Alexander Nwala introduces BLOC, a universal language framework that helps detect malicious activity.
W&M goes to the heart of the matter with two projects selected for DOE funding.
A $5 million project selected for funding by the Department of Energy will be instrumental to accelerate a federal strategy aiming for commercial fusion energy.
Research co-authored by William & Mary biologists and data scientists suggests that this iconic insect may be in less danger than we think.
Through the HyperStats summer program, undergraduates and high school students worked on real aerospace problems while enhancing their statistical and computing skills.
Associate Professor Nick Balascio discusses a proposed new geological epoch while revealing a connection between its official marker Crawford Lake and Lake Matoaka.
Underwater bay grasses are a vital part of the bay’s ecosystem.
Two grants from The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation will strengthen partnerships with African organizations and expand data on Chinese financing.
Joel S. Levine, research professor of applied science, discusses the impacts of wildfires on the global environment.
Research findings present new opportunities and challenges for coastlines.
A team led by researchers at VIMS will use a $2.25 million grant o expand their efforts to restore seagrass and scallops to the seaside bays of Virginia’s Eastern Shore.
The Reves Center for International Studies has awarded the 2023 Reves and Drapers’ Faculty Fellowships to five William & Mary professors.
Grayson Hoy ’23 secures a competitive graduate fellowship that boasts 42 Nobel laureates among its alumni.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has recommended William & Mary’s Virginia Institute of Marine Science as home base for a new national program focused on protecting U.S. coastal waters from derelict fishing gear.
The sudden and prolonged drop in visitors to one of the world’s most popular snorkeling spots provided scientists with a novel opportunity to study how underwater tourism impacts marine fishes.
On May 2, William & Mary scientist Dan Runfola will show us that the future of artificial intelligence is much closer than we think.
Led by assistant professors Adwait Nadkarni and Oscar Chaparro, two award-winning projects will generate improvements in smart devices and software systems.
A recent study from researchers at William & Mary’s Virginia Institute of Marine Science uses a newly developed computer model to better understand the modes and longevity of coastal carbon storage.
On March 30 and 31, the new format of the symposium will bring together graduate and undergraduate researchers after the pandemic hiatus.
W&M brings to light new information about the history of the Brafferton Indian School and commemorates its 300th anniversary.
W&M's Virginia institute of Marine Science just released its annual Sea-Level Report Cards, which provide coastal communities around the U.S. with local projections of sea-level rise to 2050.
Based on research, the nearly mile-long tunnel is now being used as an educational tool through public tours, a field guide, videos and more that help explain the geological history of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Jelly plankton blooms can offset as much CO2 as emitted by millions of cars.
A CAREER award from the NSF will allow Nathan Kidwell and his lab to investigate the chemistry of hydroxyl radicals.
Department of Energy funding will allow physics department to add a new faculty member and a graduate student.
Increase in disease severity has implications for fish farms, marine life, human health
Failed emergency intubation leads to a large number of deaths in the U.S. A better laryngoscope can reduce that number. Ran Yang and her team are working on one.
Research at William & Mary's Virginia Institute of Marine Science led by Jessie Turner Ph.D. ’21 reveals that the “clarity” of a water parcel depends on the method used to measure it, and that different…
Rising ocean temperatures are likely to result in extinction of some species of mollusks. But which will we lose first?
He becomes the third current member of William & Mary's Department of Computer Science to hold the distinction.
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