New study finds burgers and other foods consumed at restaurants, fast food outlets, or cafeterias are associated with higher levels of phthalates
George Washington University
“Expecting mothers are an important group whose unique vulnerability to heat stress should be factored into public health policy,” says researcher
DNA barcoding analysis finds no evidence of seafood fraud; swaps are mostly with closely related species
American and European researchers publish study in Nature Medicine reporting a new, single treatment option for cystic fibrosis patients
Program addresses unmet need for engineers trained to bring technology from prototype through regulation to market
The results of a new study led by George Washington University Professor Tianshu Li provide direct computational evidence that nucleation of ice in small droplets is strongly size-dependent, an important conclusion in understanding water’s behavior at the nanoscale. The formation of ice at the nanoscale is a challenging, basic scientific research question whose answer also has important implications for climate research and other fields.