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Millennial Stereotypes Often Rooted in Myth

June 16, 2017

A GW researcher put together a special issue on generations and age and found that a lot of what we think we know about millennials is not backed by research.

Homegrown Terror a Growing Threat in U.S.

June 16, 2017

A new report by the Program on Extremism examines radicalization in Europe and North America.

GW Researcher Aims for Better Anal Cancer Testing

May 31, 2017

A George Washington University researcher was awarded more than $1.81 million by the National Institutes of Health and the National Cancer Institute to explore several biomarkers that could lead to

GW Establishes Program to Bring more STEM Teachers to High-Need Schools

May 19, 2017

A new program at the George Washington University will offer science, technology, engineering and mathematics majors the opportunity to receive teacher training and scholarships for agreeing to tea

New Tool for Measuring Police Interactions Reflects Discrimination Experiences of Black Men

May 05, 2017

Researchers have developed a new tool to catalog police and law enforcement interactions with black men, the Police and Law Enforcement (PLE) Scale, with the hope of documenting people’s experience

GW Research: PrEP Prescription Does Not Lead to Risky Sexual Behavior

May 03, 2017

A new study that examined medical provider attitudes toward prescribing PrEP to prevent HIV found those who already prescribe it do not see a widespread increase in risky sexual behavior among thei

Teaching, Scholarship and Support Honored at Faculty Awards

May 01, 2017

The George Washington University held its seventh annual Faculty Honors Ceremony Tuesday at the Jack Morton Auditorium, c

GW Launches new Innovation Center

April 28, 2017

Innovators across George Washington University have a new place on campus where they can kick around ideas for a business venture, receive help from mentors, listen to speakers and participate in w

The Next New Venture: Improving Access to Preventative Care

April 24, 2017

Twelve teams presented business proposals during the ninth annual New Venture Competition and vied for more than $300,000 in cash and in-kind prizes. Sen.

CO2 Technology Receives Duke Energy Renewables Innovation Fund Award

April 24, 2017

GW researchers who developed a method to turn carbon dioxide into an in-demand resource received the 2017 Duke Energy Renewables Innovation Fund Award.

GW Researcher Uncovers Potential New Treatment for Cystic Fibrosis

April 12, 2017

Allan Goldstein co-authored a paper on a potential new drug for the genetic disease affecting 70,000 people worldwide.

GW Researchers Help Build Advanced Astronomical Instrument

April 12, 2017

OCTOCAM will allow astronomers to study the visible and near-infrared light from astronomical objects in more detail than ever before possible.

Professor Honored with Fluids Engineering Achievement Award

March 06, 2017

Michael Plesniak uses fluid mechanics to help physicians weigh treatment options and simulate surgical procedures.

Student Innovations Highlighted at SEAS R&D Showcase

February 28, 2017

GW engineering students competed for more than $50,000 in prize money with research that aims to tackle some of the world’s most complex problems.

GW Researchers Design Facial Recognition System to Track Wild Lemurs

February 21, 2017

A team of researchers has developed a computer-assisted recognition system that can identify individual lemurs in the wild by their facial characteristics.

Protein-Fueled Fruit Flies More Likely to Produce Successful Sons

February 21, 2017

The diet of a fruit fly can determine the success his sons will have in mating, according to a paper co-authored by a George Washington University researcher.

Faculty Senate Hears Updates on Research Funding

February 13, 2017

Leo Chalupa, vice president for research, said GW has improved its reputation in research.

GW Biomedical Engineering Researcher to Lead Global Study on Sudden Cardiac Deaths

January 25, 2017

Heart failure is a leading cause of death in the United States, but scientific studies have failed to translate to successful medical treatments.

Plasma Thruster Technology Developed at GW Licensed by Vector

January 25, 2017

The technology gives researchers a way to control small, inexpensive satellites in space and to make space exploration more accessible.

Newly Discovered Dinosaur Species Lost Teeth as Adults

December 20, 2016

GW researchers found that Limusaurus inextricabilis lost their sharp baby teeth as they grew older, a discovery that could shed light on bird evolution.

Americans’ Belief in Climate Change Tied to Local Weather Events

December 19, 2016

Researchers found that people living in regions with recent historically high temperatures are more likely to believe in climate change.

GW Celebrates Interdisciplinary Innovation with Opening of Cancer Center

December 09, 2016

The GW Cancer Center brings experts from across the university together to focus on cancer research and patient care.

Global Women’s Institute Celebrates Five Years

December 08, 2016

GWI has focused its projects on violence against women in areas of global conflict and how violence is impacted through immigration.

GW Researchers to Study Ancient Viruses in Cancer Patients with HIV

November 28, 2016

The $2.2 million award allows scientists to focus on fossil viruses that have become part of the human genome and have been implicated in certain types of cancer for patients with the HIV infection

Oxytocin Nasal Spray, Brain Scans Can Improve Treatments for Children with Autism

November 17, 2016

A GW researcher published two papers about therapies that could help families save time and money in identifying effective treatments for children with autism.

GW Researchers Awarded $7.5 Million to Study Child Health, Solar Cells

November 14, 2016

GW researchers were awarded federal grants this fall that will allow them to continue groundbreaking research across several fields.

Male Chimpanzees Are Bachelors, But They Can Be Good Fathers

November 14, 2016

GW researchers analyzed 25 years’ worth of behavioral data and determined male chimpanzees spend time grooming and caring for their offspring.

Interdisciplinary Courses in Nuclear Policy

November 04, 2016

Grant from the National Nuclear Security Administration will fund training for scientists and engineers in nuclear security policy.

GW Undergraduate Researcher Finds Balance with Laboratory Work and Karate

October 10, 2016

The Iraqi senior contributes to research that aims to cure conditions like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases and uncover the mysteries of infertility.

D.C. I-Corps Awarded Five Years of Funding

October 10, 2016

The Washington, D.C., innovation and entrepreneurship hub includes GW and three other universities.

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