A preclinical study of deactivated platelets promises new approach to treating diseases.
As a student researcher, Karly Cohen studied how filter-feeding fish taking over the Mississippi River Basin are able to eat so much.
SEAS Professor Murray Loew is working with an interdisciplinary team to classify the condition of historical glass as part of a NEH-funded project.
Neil Johnson, data science expert, found that decentralized systems are more efficient at reaching a target when its components are not overly capable.
Women with heart attack symptoms are less likely than men to receive aspirin and other evidence-based therapies during EMS care.
During the inaugural George Talks Business event, Dr. LeBlanc discussed ways the university will stay on the cutting edge of higher education.
Senior Shannon McKeown was inspired to research Jordanian national identity following a semester in Amman.
The GW Sigur Center for Asian Studies and the Institute for Korean Studies were awarded funding to establish a national resource center to broaden the study of the East Asian region.
Federal judges anchor bench in Van Vleck Moot Court Competition finals.
SEAS professor Emilia Entcheva, a pioneer in cardiac optogenetics, is advancing stem cell science through federally-funded research.
SEAS professor Robert Pless was awarded $1 million to expand a machine-learning project that identifies photographed hotel rooms.
SMHS experts travel the country to teach civilians and first responders how to act quickly in the moments after a tragedy.
A CCAS professor was part of global research team explaining why some supernovae do not emit gamma-ray bursts.
Kirk Borne, a leading data scientist, said every student should learn basic coding skills to thrive in the modern workforce.