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    The miraculous, imperfect mechanics of pregnancy , article

    Raffaella De Vita's STRETCH Lab studies pregnancy's constant remodeling of reproductive organs and structures — and how those biomechanical changes may contribute to injuries and disorders that affect millions of women.

    Date: Nov 24, 2021
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    Under a watchful eye , article

    Their hunched bodies and contorted faces are the stuff of legend. Chiseled in stone and calling to mind the rooftops of Paris or the Halloween season, the gargoyles capture Hokie imaginations.

    Date: Oct 26, 2021
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    Researchers are pulling movements out of microfilm with digital history , article

    Firsthand accounts and images of Black soldiers hold hidden chapters of U.S. history. Historians and computer scientists are harnessing technologies like virtual reality and AI to equip the public to immerse themselves in those perspectives, learn from them, and broaden historical dialogue.

    Date: Jul 19, 2021
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    Virginia Tech research unleashing robotic technology on campus construction sites , article

    Faculty and students from Myers-Lawson School of Construction are partnering with the Division of Campus Planning, Infrastructure, and Facilities and Procon Consulting to deploy Spot, a mobile robot dog, to conduct innovative research around autonomous construction progress monitoring.

    Date: May 20, 2021
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    The New Cryptographers , article

    The Zodiac Killer's second cipher went unsolved for 51 years. Two programmers and an applied mathematician turned to computing tools born after the coded 1969 message to finally crack it.

    Date: Apr 21, 2021