Turning Battles into Breakthroughs

Bioengineering alumna Dulcce Valenzuela fought cancer as a teen and won. Her experience helped fuel her devotion to helping military members with musculoskeletal injuries.

Fuse Topping Out

George Mason University held a topping out ceremony on November 3 to mark the structural completion of the Fuse building at Mason Square. The event included tours of the building and presentations by faculty and students.

Engineering Sustainable Streams

George Mason University combines engineering principles and environmental research to create a more sustainable environment on campus and in the community.


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Quality Quantum Devices

Mason Electrical and Computer Engineering Assistant Professor Weiwen Jiang received grants from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for his research project to advance the stability of quantum computers.

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Assessing the Safety of Autonomous Vehicles

Professor and Director of the Mason Autonomy and Robotics Center Missy Cummings, spoke to the IEEE Spectrum magazine about the instability of autonomous vehicles in the market.

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