Innovations in the science that creates the colors we see on our cellphones and computer screens have won Assistant Professor of Chemistry Robert Gilliard an award given to the country’s most promising young researchers and educators.
Fiorani is UVA’s resident expert on da Vinci. She writes and teaches about the intersection of art, science and technology in the Renaissance, and led a project digitizing da Vinci’s “Treatise on Painting,” a tool that scholars all over the world now access and use.
A giant in the field of circadian rhythms, Menaker was widely considered one of the pioneers in the physiological analysis and identification of circadian pacemakers in the vertebrate nervous and endocrine systems.
In honor of Black History Month, the State Department’s “ShareAmerica” platform is featuring Dove alongside artist Amy Sherald, sculptor Simone Leigh, the late singer Ella Fitzgerald and the late author Toni Morrison.