The lab has assembled teams of VCU innovators and Richmond entrepreneurs to develop breakthroughs in forensic science, health care and more as potential startups.
A VCU class is conducting research on Vietnam casualties for the Virginia War Memorial’s Shrine of Memory. Read more.
Officials representing Virginia Commonwealth University and the government of Ivory Coast have signed an agreement to train researchers in the West African country to develop high-quality pharmaceutical manufacturing capabilities.
The Rice Rivers Center is at the center of the Virginia Sturgeon Restoration Team’s effort to restore the sturgeon to its native range and historical stature within state waters. Read more.
A new exhibit features portraits of first-generation VCU students — and an inspirational quote from each — on vibrantly colored backgrounds spread over two walls on the library’s first floor. Read more.
Broken heart syndrome usually results from severe emotional or physical stress such as the death of a loved one. Read more.
VCU School of Nursing celebrated its legacy as a trailblazer in nursing education and research at its 125th Anniversary Gala on Oct. 25. Read more.
32 years after first enrolling at VCU, Sophia Entzminger — with her kids by her side — returns to finish what she started. Read more.
Virginia Commonwealth University M.D.-Ph.D. student Dhruv Srinivasachar was inspired by a contestant named Cindy Stowell, who was battling stage 4 colon cancer when she completed a six-game winning streak. Read more.
When visiting artist Mike Mignola — the creator of Hellboy — comes to Virginia Commonwealth University on Oct. 29, don’t expect a comic-con kind of vibe.
TyRuben Ellingson, chair of the Department of Communication Arts, wants to have a more academic conversation with Mignola, his friend and former colleague. He doesn’t want Mignola to have to answer the same old questions he’s asked at every interview or convention he attends.
Rather, Ellingson hopes the event, sponsored by the Department of Communication Arts and VCU Libraries, will be more about Mignola “as an artist who has developed from being what all of our students are: young, impressionable individuals with likes and dislikes.”