Tina Chai


Researchers propose p-value change from 0.05 to 0.005

Researchers have expressed that inconsistencies within published scientific data stem from flaws within the career structures of science, more specifically defined as an unstable job market and the immensely difficult nature of discovery, rather than statistical analyses. 

U.Va. reduces nitrogen footprint

To begin to combat the surplus of nitrogen, University researchers have created the N-Calculator, the world’s first virtual model to calculate nitrogen usage and emissions.

Brain Institute brings bench research to bedside treatment

To understand the brain, University researchers turn to the Brain Institute — a cross-disciplinary initiative seeking to develop treatments, perform neurological research and expand resources available to scientists and clinicians alike.