One WVU Tech computer science student is developing a way to use mushrooms to combat the global plastic trash glut.
Sniffing moths and fighting malware make up this edition of Innovation at Work.
A doctor created a new way to repair hearts that leads to better health outcomes and engineers came up with a composite system that could prevent damage from earthquakes and hurricanes.
Our people are working on one of the seven Wonders of the World, renewing the nation's dams and creating wireless networks.
Our people are preparing for working on asteroids, predicting how many fish will be in your local stream and designing tomorrow's fuel cell.
This year international headlines proclaimed the news that a WVU report led to the discovery that Volkswagen had installed defeat devices in potentially millions of diesel vehicles. Catch that developing story and more here.
From securing your selfies, to creating mobile PET scanners, WVU is making inventions that affect your life.
Catch up with sneak peeks and snapshots of some of the creative research, ideas and products incubating 24/7 across WVU.