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Stinky but rare corpse flower will bloom this week on Virginia Tech campus

All eyes and noses will be on the exotic corpse flower — a prehistoric-looking plant that will bloom this week at the Jacob A. Lutz Garden Complex, releasing a primordial stench akin to rotting flesh.

    Stinky but rare corpse flower will bloom on Virginia Tech campus

Stinky but rare corpse flower will bloom this week on Virginia Tech campus

All eyes and noses will be on the exotic corpse flower — a prehistoric-looking plant that will bloom this week at the Jacob A. Lutz Garden Complex, releasing a primordial stench akin to rotting flesh.

    Stinky but rare corpse flower will bloom on Virginia Tech campus

New Dairy Science Complex - Kentland Farm bolsters program, contributes to the land-grant mission

This state-of-the art facility bolsters the long-term success of Virginia Tech’s award-winning dairy science program and contributes to the land-grant mission of the university.

    New Dairy Science Complex - Kentland Farm bolsters program, contributes to the land-grant mission

Virginia Tech scientist develops model for robots with bacterial brains

In a paper published in Scientific Reports, a Virginia Tech scientist used a mathematical model to demonstrate that bacteria can control the behavior of an inanimate device like a robot.

    Virginia Tech scientist develops model for robots with bacterial brains

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Virginia Cooperative Extension launches portal to help agricultural producers and buyers connect

An online tool called MarketMaker now offers a portal to a virtual marketplace that will provide increased access and acquisition of Virginia products, further connecting the farm to the fork.

    Virginia Cooperative Extension launches portal to help agricultural producers and buyers connect

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Faculty: Martha Walker

    Martha Walker

Martha A. Walker, community viability specialist in the Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, has received Virginia Tech’s 2015 Alumni Award for Excellence in Extension.

Graduate student: Parker Laimbeer

    Parker Laimbeer

Graduate student Parker Laimbeer, in the Department of Horticulture, is interested in plant biotechnology and intellectual property. 


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