An artificial intelligence study at West Virginia University is focused on habanero peppers for now, but project lead Donald Adjeroh said the work could one day support prevention or treatment of genetic disease.
Simulations from West Virginia University researchers demonstrate their use of two kinds of industrial wastewater to decontaminate each other has the potential to slash a power plant’s total water use.
In the event of a power outage, no one wants to be left in the dark. Researchers in the Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources are joining a project led by Illinois utility company Commonwealth Edison to develop algorithms and technology to fortify power grid systems, allowing for better flexibility and security during extreme weather events.
With the ongoing threat of cyberattacks becoming more sophisticated, West Virginia University is launching plans for a cybersecurity range — a specialized software and hardware facility for education, training and research — with $750,000 in grant funding support from the United States Department of Education.
A West Virginia University research team is working on ways to eliminate the rampant human-made radio interference from cell phones, televisions and radar systems that can block the detection of radio signals by astronomers.