About 100 researchers are expected to be working at the 75,000-square-foot Institute for Advanced Biomedical Research.
“Ask Dr. Cabrera” is scheduled for 10 a.m. Wednesday, April 29, in the Johnson Center Cinema on the Fairfax Campus.
Riley is the first arts management major to receive the CulturalDC Fellowship.
Alumni who were there recall the origins of one of Mason’s longest standing traditions.
Mason has been preparing graduate students for the Peace Corps for the past 10 years as a partner of the Peace Corps Master’s International and Coverdell Fellows programs.
The shadowy crime is a multimillion dollar business in Northern Virginia.
Student-edited National Security Law Journal hopes to help shape national conversation.
The effort will allow scientists to examine and share mountains of data, gain insights into brain functions and turn the data into knowledge.
Mandy Hood is learning skills to develop curricula to teach conflict resolution across species.
Firefighters may be snuffing blazes with deep-toned sound, if a new device invented by two engineering students at George Mason Univeresity catches on.
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George Mason University’s pioneering breast cancer research study is profiled and features researchers Chip Petricoin and Mariaelena Pierobon. The study is funded by the Side-Out Foundation, which was founded by George Mason graduate Rick Dunetz.
A photo of George Mason in the snow from @GMUWeatherman’s Twitter feed is among viewer photos featured by Mason alum Angie Goff during the News4 broadcast.
Mason professors Anthony Stefanidis, Andrew Crooks and Arie Croitoru discuss how Google is transforming maps.