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WVU Expert: Interference in 2016 Election Proves Russia Views the U. S. As an Adversary

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WVU Expert Compares Effects of Climate Change to Eroding Infrastructure

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Health Experts Available to Discuss President Trump’s Proposed NIH Budget Cuts

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Talking Twang: Study Examines How Dialect Impacts Learning in Appalachian Classrooms

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A new West Virginia University study examines differences in students’ dialects across the state and how perceptions of dialect differences shape their educational experiences.

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Economic Expert: Savings Important to West Virginia's Long-Term Economic Growth

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Researchers Find That Retirement and Healthy Lifestyle Don’t Always Correlate

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Healthy lifestyle adherence among retired, late middle-aged adults may be more challenging than originally thought.

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Health Care Policy Expert Calls Plan to Replace Affordable Care Act ‘Harmful’ for West Virginia

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West Virginia University Expert: Trump Speech Likely to Be Short on Health Care Details

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West Virginia University Awarded $1.25 Million From ARPA-E for Transformational Energy Technology

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WVU has received $1.25 million from DOE’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy, known as ARPA-E. The award will be used to develop technologies for converting electrical energy from renewable resources into energy-dense carbon-neutral liquid fuels – that is, fuels that do not increase carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.

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WVU Researchers Join National Program to Develop Technologies to Enhance Natural Gas Utilization

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West Virginia University has joined a national effort to turn natural gas into valuable products and do it at the well. This serves a real-world need for many production locations in the Marcellus Shale, especially those in West Virginia, where some shale gas resources are stranded without pipeline infrastructure, which affects access and price.







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