News from the Science and Technology Campus

Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe joined George Mason University President Ángel Cabrera and local leaders on Thursday to launch the university’s Institute for Advanced Biomedical Research, a multidisciplinary center that will pursue some of the toughest medical questions facing society. Photo by Evan Cantwell.

Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe joined George Mason University President Ángel Cabrera and local leaders to launch the university’s Institute for Advanced Biomedical Research. Photo by Evan Cantwell / Creative Services / George Mason University.

George Mason University’s Science and Technology Campus (formerly known as the Prince William Campus) has attracted high-profile attention with the opening of the new Institute for Advanced BioMedical Research. At the April 23 ribbon-cutting ceremony, Governor Terry McAuliffe spoke about the important scientific and medical research taking place at the state-of-the-art facility. (Read Governor McAuliffe’s remarks in this Mason News article.)

While the Institute for Advanced BioMedical Research highlights work being done in health, science, and engineering, the Science and Technology Campus is also home to the world-class Hylton Performing Arts Center, the School of Recreation, Health, and Tourism, as well as many other academic programs.


Posted: May 22, 2015