Colonial One

For research needs that use high performance computing for data analysis, GW recently acquired and is in the process of implementing a new shared high performance computing cluster named Colonial One.  Colonial One will be implemented and managed by professional IT staff in the University’s Division of IT Technology, Architecture, and Research Services Group (TARS) with University-sponsored computational staff housed in the Computational Biology Institute and Columbian College of Arts and Sciences. 

Office of the Vice President for Research

As we move further into the 21st century, research becomes crucial to a top-notch education and central to the university's mission. Led by Vice President Leo Chalupa, OVPR works in tandem with faculty to facilitate all phases of the external and internal funding processes, and provides support for faculty and student research initiatives.


PeerJ Blog Features Q&A with Keith Crandall

Director Keith Crandall talks with PeerJ, a peer-reviewed, open access journal.

George Washington University Computational Biology Director Solves 200-Year-Old Oceanic Mystery

Dr. Keith Crandall finds the connection between ‘Monster Larva’ and a unique species of shrimp.

Assembling, Visualizing, and Analyzing the Tree of Life (AVAToL) Meeting

Hosted by the Computational Biology Institute, the AVAToL group will meet together at GW's Virginia Science and Technology Campus (VSTC) on Monday and Tuesday, May 20-21, and at the National Scienc