Why study sciences at George Mason University?
Get involved in research projects that are making a global impact in fields like molecular medicine, climate dynamics, data science or forensic science with GMU's science programs. Our science department invites you to participate in real-life scenarios with the high-tech equipment you'll operate on the job one day.
"- Mason's Crime Scene House stages what a potential crime scene would entail for students studying forensic science, chemistry, biology and other related degrees.
- 12+ research centers are partnered with Mason's College of Science and include research topics such as geospatial intelligence, environmental science, biodefense and infectious diseases and computational fluid dynamics.
- The Mason Observatory is home to one of the largest low-light telescopes on the East Coast that is available for use by students as well as local community members.
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