mRNA vaccines changed the course of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now GW researchers are developing these vaccines to treat and prevent diseases from cancer and HIV to malaria and shingles.
GW researchers are on the forefront of a revolution in computer hardware innovation—designing and fabricating computer chips that take inspiration from the human brain.
For the past decade, the Global Women’s Institute has helped build the evidence base on violence against women and girls and what works to prevent gender-based violence. Where does it go from here?
In December 2020, George Washington University School of Nursing Associate Professor Sherrie Flynt Wallington and colleagues launched a research project focused on the roles of fathers in addressing disparities in maternal mortality.
The most polluted neighborhoods in the United States are also the most disadvantaged. Research at GW aims to shine a light on this inequity—and effect policy change.
More than 4 million people live in the Arctic, where climate change is progressing faster than on the rest of the planet. Researchers across GW are working to help sustain their cities, infrastructures and cultures.
Boosting homeownership among black households in America begins with owning up to a history of racial discrimination in the real estate and mortgage industries.
Engineering Professor Zoe Szajnfarber talks about transforming the graduate education model to better prepare future designers to navigate the opportunities and risks inherent in designing new AI algorithms and deploying them in the real world.