Three GW researchers contributed to a scientific breakthrough earlier this year, when astrophysicists from across the globe identified the blast of two merging dead stars for the first time.
GW’s research office will fund two postdoctoral fellows in a new program this year to bring in more training grants.
Fifteen collaborative research projects between 43 faculty members have received grants one year after introducing a new cross disciplinary research fund.
The federal government gave about $10 million more in research subsidies to GW than they did in 2006, GW’s top research official said.
Researchers from University of Rome Tor Vergata and GW are collaborating on a study of the pain in Parkinson’s disease.
Following in the footsteps of other elite universities, officials are considering funding a formal investigation into GW’s ties to slavery.
About a year after naming a director, the autism institute plans to expand its collaborations across the country.
Every time a humanities researcher applies for a grant, they’ll get $1,000 from the Office of the Vice President for Research.
Researchers said they are dependent on federal funding to do their research and will need to explore other grant resources if there are cutbacks.
An empty space in the basement of Tompkins Hall will soon be GW’s first innovation incubator.