A Screwy WorldA new pelvic surgery procedure uses computers to reduce hospital stays -- and pain
by Greg Bensinger
Technology, Proteins and CancerProteins like Actin and Frnk may provide a newand easy way to diagnose cancer.
by Jennifer Berg
Early Detection of Life-Threatening InfectionThe bacterial infection sepsiscan kill premature infants, but two doctors are working towards a way to detect and treat the infection before it escalates.
by Theresa Bowen
Bridging GapsDavid Sapir blends anthropology and photography into a mind-opening Internet experience.
by Porscha Burke
Roll Over Beethoven, Move Over MozartNew computer technology makes composing easier for everyone.
by David Dadurka
Get on the BusHow a new computer tracking system may take riding the bus from an issue of personal choice to one of public knowledge.
by Jesse Gerstein
CyberpoetryEmily Dickinson goes online.
by Masha Herbst
New Religious MovementsUniversity of Virginia sociology professor's Web site puts cults online -- and in the open.
by Ross Hoffman
The War on TrafficResearchers and engineers in Virginia are shooting to solve traffic problems forever.
by Jonathan Kauffmann
Health Care in Information TechnologyUniversity of Virginia nursing professor improves the quality of medical information on the Web.
by Anne Penarczyk
The Internet and Old LaceStudents at the University of Virginia capture images of antique garments and the stories behind them on the Web.
by Candice Pratsch
Preparing for a Revolution in ArtArtists at the University of Virginia are leaving the art studio and heading for the computer lab
by Matt Tatusko
Computer Aided DesignA requirement in the real world remains an elective incollege.
by Michael Walters
Cyber-TravelInternet provides a new ticket for language students and the travel industry.
by Anne B. Williams