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Virginia Tech Football: 5 Hokies Who Could Surprise People This Spring

The Virginia Tech Hokies will open spring practice in just a few short weeks. While the regular season doesn't kick off until about six months from now, the opening of spring practice is viewed by some as the unofficial beginning ofShow More Summary

Viewing Picks for March 2, 2015

All Times Eastern College Basketball Men’s Virginia at Syracuse — ESPN, 7 p.m. Baylor at Texas — ESPNU, 7 p.m. Oklahoma at Iowa State — ESPN, 9 p.m. Boston College at Virginia Tech — ESPNU, 9 p.m. Women’s UConn at South Florida — ESPN2, 7 p.m. Texas Tech at Baylor — Fox College Sports Atlantic, […] The post Viewing Picks for March 2, 2015 appeared first on Awful Announcing.

IEEE: Smart grid progress on several fronts

Professor Saifur Rahman, is an IEEE Life Fellow, the founding director of the Advanced Research Institute at Virginia Tech and conference chair for the upcoming IEEE Innovative Smart Grid Technologies (ISGT) conference in Washington, D.C., and Smart Grid News Editor-in-Chief Barbara L. Show More Summary

Home Automation Comes of Age

A futuristic kitchen designed by Virginia Tech University researchers includes a dishwasher that sends a text or email when it is out of soap, a microwave that listens for the moment when popcorn stops popping and a pantry that can report low supplies. Show More Summary

Discovery About Beliefs Could Prove a Useful Tool in Addiction Treatment, Researchers Say

Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute scientists have discovered that beliefs can regulate the effects of nicotine on the human brain....

Student Projects: Student Designers Create Modern Pavilions for Little-League Fans in Rural Appalachia

Photos via design/buildLAB Third-year architecture students at Virginia Tech recently built a strikingly contemporary fieldhouse for a little league baseball diamond in Clifton Forge, Virginia. Made from solid steel and wood, the Sharon Fieldhouse was designed for "extreme openness."

Duke vs. Virginia Tech: Score and Twitter Reaction from 2015 Regular Season

There was legitimate talk about whether Duke should rest banged-up superstar Jahlil Okafor for Wednesday's game against Virginia Tech because the Blue Devils would steamroll the Hokies with or without him. So much for that. Duke needed every one of the big man's career-high 30 points in its 91-86 overtime victory over Virginia Tech. Show More Summary

Virginia Tech Football: 5 Players with the Most to Gain in Spring Practices

It may seem hard to believe, but spring practice is just around the corner. For college football fans, it's the best time of the year—outside of opening weekend. The Virginia Tech Hokies, coming off a 7-6 campaign, will look to get back among the ACC elite in 2015. That march begins in just over a month when the Hokies report to spring practice. Show More Summary

Virginia Tech Football: Tracking 2015 NFL Combine Results for Former Hokie Stars

The 2015 NFL Scouting Combine has concluded, and for a few Virginia Tech Hokies, it's time to look toward the school's pro day next month in Blacksburg. Offensive tackle Laurence Gibson and defensive backs Kyshoen Jarrett and Detrick Bonner were Tech's only attendees at the 2015 combine. Show More Summary

No Evidence For Joe Scarborough's Claim That Guns On Campus Will Prevent Mass Shootings

Joe Scarborough endorsed allowing students to carry guns on college campuses based on the evidence-free argument that making campuses "gun-free zones" invites mass shootings like the Virginia Tech massacre that could have been prevented...Show More Summary

A Dog Lives On; Now the Stage Is Being Set for Treating Humans

The National Cancer Institute has awarded Scott Verbridge, an assistant professor of biomedical engineering and mechanics at Virginia Tech, a $386,149 research grant to move a process that has been used in clinical trials a step closer to using on humans. Show More Summary

Viewing Picks for February 18, 2015

All Times Eastern College Basketball Men’s UMass at URI — A-10 Network, 7 p.m. Virginia Tech at Miami (FL) — ACC Regional/Fox Sports Net, 7 p.m. Duquense at La Salle — American Sports Network, 7 p.m. Wisconsin at Penn State — Big Ten Network, 7 p.m. Show More Summary

Monday’s Viewing Picks

College Baseball Cal at Stanford — Pac-12 Networks, 4 p.m. College Basketball Men’s Miami (FL) at Boston College — ESPNU, 3 p.m. Pittsburgh at Virginia — ESPN, 7 p.m. Clemson at Georgia Tech — ESPNU, 7 p.m. Seton Hall at Villanova — Fox Sports 1, 7 p.m. Coastal Carolina at Radford — American Sports Network, […] The post Monday’s Viewing Picks appeared first on Awful Announcing.

Virginia Tech Football: 3 Redshirts with Best Chance to Start in 2015

In 2014, several freshmen made a tremendous impact on the Virginia Tech Hokies football team. Isaiah Ford, Cam Phillips, Marshawn Williams, Wyatt Teller and Bucky Hodges all had standout seasons on the gridiron for the Hokies. Ford and...Show More Summary

Ohio State Football: 5 Records the Buckeyes Could Break in 2015

After struggling against Navy and falling to Virginia Tech to open the 2014 season, Ohio State bounced back to put together a national championship run while rewriting NCAA, conference and program record books. According to an official...Show More Summary

Virginia Tech Defender Takes Knee to the Head on Dunk, Gets Called for Foul

During Monday night's game against Georgia Tech, Virginia Tech guard Ahmed Hill tried to take the charge against the Yellow Jackets' Chris Bolden. It didn't end well for the Hokies freshman. Hill got dunked on, took a knee to the head and got called for the foul. Show More Summary

Virginia Tech Football Recruiting: Looking Ahead to 2016 Class

National signing day is in the rear-view mirror, but it's never too early to start talking about next year's high school stars. For the Virginia Tech Hokies, who finished with the nation's 29th-ranked class in 2015 per 247Sports, next...Show More Summary

Scientists Unveil Shipboard Firefighting Robot

Scientists and researchers from Virginia Tech and the Office of Naval Research (ONR) unveiled the Shipboard Autonomous Firefighting Robot (SAFFiR) at the Naval Future Force Science & Technology EXPO in [...] The post Scientists Unveil Shipboard Firefighting Robot appeared first on gCaptain Maritime & Offshore News.

This Firefighting Robot Will Save Our Lives One Day

The U.S. Navy has tested a firefighting robot designed by researchers at Virginia Tech

Humanoid Robot Firefighter Grabs a Hose and Battles a Test Fire Aboard a Naval Battleship

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SAFFiR (Shipboard Autonomous Firefighting Robot), a humanoid robot developed by Virginia Tech to fight fires aboard naval ships, put out its first test blaze on the USS Shadwell in Mobile, Alabama. The robot utilizes thermal cameras to detect the location of the fire, grabs a hose, and navigates to the heart of the blaze. Sensors, […]

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