Virginia Tech Researchers have the device in hand, but Raphael Davalos, Tech Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Mechanics, says it is a long way from the lab to the marketplace and this grant provides a critical boost.
Charles Fishburne is a correspondent for WCVE Public Radio. He brings over 40 years experience as a broadcast journalist and news executive in Richmond, Washington D.C. and New York. Charles was also a long-time television news anchor and news director in Richmond.
Articles by Charles Fishburne
The Trump administration has exempted the state of Florida from controversial plans for offshore drilling for oil and gas, and Virginia Democratic Senator Tim Kaine says what is good for Florida is good for Virginia.
The Henrico County Board of Supervisors elected Fairfield District Supervisor Frank Thornton its new chairman in an organizational meeting last night (1/9).
For decades, road salt has been a critical part of highway safety for icy roads, but it is beginning to cause concern.
A new workforce development system has just been unveiled to help match people looking for work, with some 150,000 current jobs across Virginia.
Home heating repair specialist report record numbers of calls from people with frozen pipes and with systems that can’t keep up with the cold.
Morning commuters will face black ice, wind chill temperatures of zero and below, and even colder weather on the way.
The Trump administration today (1/4) unveiled a plan to lift a ban on offshore drilling in most U.S. continental shelf waters including the Virginia coast.
As predicted, a blizzard brought up to 12 inches of snow to Hampton Roads, and lesser amounts West to I-95 and beyond. It caused accidents, power outages and closings, and it is not over yet.
Road conditions remain hazardous this morning, as a Winter storm brought an inch or more of icy precipitation to the Richmond area overnight.
You may find your windshield iced over and neighborhood roads still covered with snow. As for major highways, VDOT’s Jessica Cowardin says, “Most interstates, primary and secondary routes in the area are in moderate condition…which means that snow and ice are covering major portions of the roadway."
Snow totals ranged from one to three inches along the I-95 corridor.