Temple Grandin, a world-renowned autism activist, best-selling author, and authority on animal welfare and behavior, is visiting Virginia Tech on Dec. 4 to give a series of free talks to both the university community and the public.
Some reports estimate the U.S imports as much as 90 percent of its seafood, making the seafood trade deficit second only to oil among natural resource deficiencies in United States. The research that is conducted at the Seafood Agricultural Research and Extension Center in Hampton, Virginia, seeks to change that.
A group of Virginia’s livestock and horse organizations will induct five new members into the Virginia Livestock Hall of Fame located at the Alphin-Stuart Livestock Teaching Arena on Virginia Tech's Blacksburg campus.
The Department of Horticulture’s Megan O’Rourke’s research program compares the environmental and societal impacts of different types of food systems.
Department of Plant Pathology, Physiology, and Weed Science graduate student Charlotte Oliver is currently working on a disease called ripe rot of grape, investigating ways to manage the important grape disease.
Innovations highlights the latest news about Virginia Cooperative Extension programs and research and academics in the college. It also profiles alumni who champion the mission of Virginia Tech long after graduation.