Our best researchers, scholars, and artists share a level of ingenuity and dedication to advancing and transforming the knowledge and creative frontiers in their fields. They are essential to our… read more →
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… read more →
Dr. Don Seto has been nominated for a 2018 George Mason University Teaching Excellence Award. Learn more about the Teaching Excellence Award atGeorge Mason University.
Ramin Hakami, associate professor of molecular and microbiology and infectious diseases within George Mason’s School of Systems Biology, has received a two-year $600,000 National Institutes of Health grant for research… read more →
Yuntao Wu and his team within George Mason University’s National Center for Biodefense and Infectious Diseases could be on the verge of developing a new class of broad-spectrum antiviral drugs that could eventually… read more →
George Mason University researchers have developed a new bioprospecting tool to help them find promising Komodo dragon peptides that are germ-fighting powerhouses, according to new research in the Journal of Proteome Research.… read more →