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Faculty turn to corporate research funding as competition for federal grants grows

December 06, 2017

As federal research dollars grow increasingly competitive, officials a

GW Signs $5.3 Million Agreement to Research Plasma-Based Cancer Therapies

September 26, 2017

George Washington University has signed a $5.3 million corporate research sponsorship agreement with Maryland-based US Patent Innovations, LLC (USPI) that will fund a new initiative to develop biom

Student Innovations Highlighted at SEAS R&D Showcase

February 27, 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.

Raytheon offers nearly $50K in cybersecurity scholarships for women

January 23, 2017

Raytheon Company and the Center for Cyber Safety and Education will offer six new scholarships this year to encourage women to pursue cybersecurity degrees.

Aperiomics awarded "Health & Life Sciences Innovator of the Year"

May 12, 2016

Aperiomics, an I-Corps start-up company mentored by Tom Russo, awarded Innovator of the Year by Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce.

Children’s Health Problems Stem from ‘A Soup of Exposures’

May 02, 2016

Research and Evaluation Forum explores effects of environmental stressors on childhood health.

GW's Program on Extremism Releases Report

December 01, 2015

After the Office of Industry & Corporate Research raises $750,000 to fund a long-term study in GW's Program on Extremism, the first report has been released.

Zhenyu Li receives $2M NIH grant

September 05, 2015

Professor Zhenyu Li has received a four-year $2 million National Institutes o

GW Announces New STEM Academy

August 11, 2015

By Ruth Steinhardt