Accolades celebrate the professional achievements of the faculty and staff in the College of Science. The following accolades were published for the month of March 2018. (more…)
Accolades celebrate the professional achievements of the faculty and staff in the College of Science. The following accolades are published for the months of December 2017 and January 2018. (more…)
Join us at 2 p.m. on December 20, 2017, as we hear from Alessandra Luchini and Lance Liotta, Mason scientists from CAPMM, who developed a nanotechnology-based urine test that could lead to early TB detection.
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Scientists at George Mason University have developed a nanotechnology that for the first time can measure a sugar molecule in urine that identifies tuberculosis with high sensitivity and specificity, setting the stage for a rapid, highly accurate and far less-invasive urine test of the disease that could potentially prove to be the difference between life and death in many underdeveloped parts of the world.
Welcome to the College of Science, George Mason University Class of 2021!
We are so excited that you’ve decided to join one of our over 40 interdisciplinary degree and certificate programs!
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George Mason University has been selected by the Department of Homeland Security to lead a consortium of universities and law enforcement agencies to investigate patterns of criminal activities and forensics, and develop strategies to predict and disrupt transnational crime.
The 10-year, multimillion-dollar grant is among the largest research awards the university has received, with $3.85 million committed for its first year of operation.