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Injuries and deaths caused by roof collapses and falling debris, common culprits for underground mine accidents, could be prevented by the unlikely force of robots and drones, thanks to the work of West Virginia University engineers.
Thorsten Wuest, J. Wayne and Kathy Richards Faculty Fellow and assistant professor in the Department of Industrial Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing at West Virginia University, published a new textbook “Introduction to Advanced Manufacturing.”
Researchers at West Virginia University are using artificial intelligence to counter soaring costs of health care and deliver more efficient and accurate diagnoses of cardiovascular diseases.
A love of marching bands and the desire to become an engineer led Martinsburg, West Virginia, native Jessica Hammersla to West Virginia University.
The West Virginia Water Research Institute at West Virginia University has been awarded $5 million by the U.S. Department of Energy to scale up its successful Rare Earth Recovery Project, which will include building a facility at a new acid mine drainage treatment plant near Mount Storm.
A West Virginia University professor received a rare research award today (Oct.1) from the United States Navy for his contributions to a critical research effort.
Where is Waldo? Whether we’re searching for Waldo or our keys in a room of clutter, we tap into a part of the frontal region of the brain when performing visual, goal-related tasks. Some of us do it well, whereas for others it’s a bit challenging.