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.
The Particle Physics Project Prioritization Panel is tasked with drawing up a plan for particle physics research for the next decade or so. William & Mary's Christopher Monahan is a member of the group.
A theorist, an experimentalist and a data scientist/physicist gave presentations at the quantum chromodynamics sessions at MIT.
The competition was fierce, from the cream of the international research-university crop, and William & Mary brought home significant honors.
Preliminary results from an ongoing long-term survey suggest another average year class of young-of-year striped bass was produced in Virginia tributaries of the Chesapeake Bay in 2022.
William & Mary's iGEM teams have been successful in iGEM international competitions, even winning the Grand Prize in 2015.
Dmitry Evtyushkin wants to establish a new paradigm to make computers more resistant to "information leakage."
MCP pairs female undergrads 1:1 with women practicing physics/engineering outside of academia.
The four-year grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will broaden the use of satellite imagery to evaluate projects in developing countries.
A team of computer scientists outlines a leading reason behind insecure data and makes recommendations about how to fix the problem.
They may be brainless, but they have a mind of their own: the freshwater jellyfish of Crim Dell are back in bloom.
New technology allows researchers to track the altitude of migrating shorebirds, data that will be taken into account in planning sites for offshore wind farm turbines.
In recognition of World Water Week, which kicks off Aug. 23, W&M News recently talked with Hale about the state of water in the world and the effects of pollutants.
Researchers looked at eelgrass communities and discovered their ancient genetic history can play a stronger role than present-day environments in determining growth form and community composition.
Geologist Nick Balascio is one of William & Mary's two Fulbright Scholars for 2022-23. He will conduct research in Norway and engage with iEarth, the Norwegian initiative aimed at earth-science undergraduates.
New research by W&M scientists has unraveled mysteries behind one of the world’s most elusive materials: spider silk.
A research grant awarded by The Thomas F. and Kate Miller Jeffress Memorial Trust will empower Indigenous communities in Virginia to make independent decisions about food production on their lands.
William & Mary physics postdoctoral researcher Arkaitz Rodas characterizes lesser-known particles to help physicists understand what holds matter together. He's the recipient of the 2022 Jefferson Associates Postdoctoral Prize.
Kristin Wustholz's chemistry lab has "planted a flag in the ground" regarding a new technique for multicolor single-molecule imaging.