One in four children regularly consume low-calorie sweeteners, despite concerns from most parents and experts.
Project spearheaded by GW Libraries is capturing social media produced by the federal government under President Obama.
GW researchers found that Limusaurus inextricabilis lost their sharp baby teeth as they grew older, a discovery that could shed light on bird evolution.
Researchers found that people living in regions with recent historically high temperatures are more likely to believe in climate change.
The GW Cancer Center brings experts from across the university together to focus on cancer research and patient care.
High school students with a passion for math, science and technology presented their ideas at GW as part of the annual competition.
Respondents think the president-elect will take action on Obamacare, infrastructure and taxes but won’t build a wall on the southern border.
A Program on Extremism paper suggests researchers must look beyond gender stereotypes to understand the role of America’s jihadi women.
The $2.2 million award allows scientists to focus on fossil viruses implicated in certain types of cancer for patients with the HIV infection.
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 were awarded federal grants this fall that will allow them to continue groundbreaking research across several fields.
Gift will fund endowed professorship.
GW researchers found that nearly nine out of 10 community health centers serve veterans, which suggests improved access for a vulnerable population.
GW researchers analyzed 25 years’ worth of behavioral data and determined male chimpanzees spend time grooming and caring for their offspring.