Features

Research Capital

Research Capital

When the doors of Science and Engineering Hall opened in January, it signaled the culmination of nearly a decade of planning and four years of construction—a demolition, a dig and a steady climb skyward from the bottom of a 75-foot hole. But the new year brought the start of something even bigger.

Acts of War

Acts of War

On the sidelines of the civil strife that has long embroiled the people of South Sudan, women and girls are in the crosshairs.

Reuniting Babies and their Bottles

Reuniting Babies and their Bottles

For infants with disorders that leave them unable to eat, feeding tubes and surgeries offer an imperfect fix. The problem is in the brain, and that’s where GW researchers are looking for a cure.