How did our earliest ancestors take their first steps from water to land? GW Biology’s Sandy Kawano follows the trail of “walking fish” on their giant leaps for humankind.
CCAS professor Tyler Anbinder’s latest project is the largest longitudinal research database of Irish Potato Famine immigrants in New York City.
Researchers developed and tested a miniaturized, battery-free pacemaker that could improve future patient outcomes.
The 2020 CGI U cohort seeks to solve world problems on issues ranging from human rights to education.
In the last “World on a Plate” class of the semester, students met at the F Street House to learn how to make the Spanish rice dish from chef José Andrés.
A study by GW Law professor Joan Meier found that courts fail to protect children by favoring fathers in child custody battles despite a mother’s allegation of abuse.
Space in Corcoran Hall will be open to all members of the GW community.
Adam Aviv, a new SEAS associate professor, received a NSF CAREER award to research how users access and protect their mobile devices.
African Americans lag behind U.S. population as a whole in financial literacy and wellness, according to a GW report.
Two GW astrophysicists were among an international team that identified a previously unseen component of extreme stellar explosions.
History professor David J. Silverman’s new book takes a close look at how the traditional Thanksgiving story distorts facts about Native Americans.
Sarala Duckworth, a GW Undergraduate Research Award recipient, hopes to improve climate and conflict-based programming for at-risk youth in the Southeast Asian country.
The social media platform’s efforts to improve transparency have led to the removal of ads promoting vaccinations, a new paper finds.
SEAS Assistant Professor John Helveston published a commentary urging international cooperation on the development of low carbon energy technologies.