Science News Roundup February 2018

Here is the science news, relating to George Mason University and the College of Science for the month of February 2018: 

February 21

Thomas Lovejoy discusses concern for Amazon’s ecosystems in op-ed

Science Magazine writes about Thomas Lovejoy’s co-authored op-ed stating that the Amazon could be at a tipping point of being able to support an ecosystem due to climate change.

February 13

Tuberculosis Research shines in article by JAMA Network

JAMA Network discusses George Mason’s unique Tuberculosis test.

February 7

Crime Scene House gets NBC Washington’s attention
George Mason’s new Forensic Science lab gained special attention from NBC Washington. Director of the Forensics program, Mary Ellen O’Toole shares what makes this opportunity unique.

February 1

Faculty & Staff Accolades: December 2017 and January 2018
View the faculty and staff accolades for the college.

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