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September 21, 2017
LA Times op-ed on the fate of the Affordable Care Act authored by Scott Lemieux, lecturer in political science at the UW. LA Times
September 21, 2017
Step inside the Main Concourse of Grand Central Terminal and you'll see a lot of hurried faces peeking at the ceiling. Emily Levesque, an astronomer at the UW, is quoted. Forbes
September 21, 2017
A group of incoming freshman from Cornish College visited the UW's Speech and Hearing Clinic this week. King 5
September 20, 2017
The race to build a computer powerful enough to predict the future, Thom Dunning is quoted. Slate
September 19, 2017
The animal kingdom is home to all sorts of courageous youngsters. Nassima Bouzid, a doctoral candidate in the UW Department of Biology, is quoted. National Geographic
September 19, 2017
Young survivors of Hurricane Katrina, now in their early 20s, say that overcoming the mental strain of displacement is a matter of finding one safe place or reliable person. The New York Times
September 19, 2017
A new study suggests that facial-recognition software could identify an individual's sexuality. Carl Bergstrom and Jevin West are quoted. New Yorker
September 14, 2017
The prestigious prize recognizes Taylor’s distinguished career and his commitment to researching, preserving, and promoting the history of African Americans in the PNW. Department of History
September 13, 2017
Society’s focus on STEM careers has contributed to a precipitous drop in liberal arts majors. It could be a problem. Columns
September 12, 2017
Amazon's announcement that it's searching for a second HQ is generating a backlash in Seattle and elsewhere. Margaret O'Mara, a UW associate professor of history, is quoted. GeekWire
September 12, 2017
Sociology major, Havana McElvaine, graduated as a student-athlete activist–and now she's getting ready to explore the world. UW
September 7, 2017
The Population Health Initiative has awarded five pilot research grants to faculty-led teams from 10 different UW schools and colleges including the College of Arts & Sciences. UW News
August 31, 2017
Can a baby learn a second language in an hour a day? A new UW I-LABS study says yes — as long as you’re not afraid of a little goo goo gaga. ParentMap
August 28, 2017
University of Washington physicist Kai-Mei Fu discusses quantum internet. Business Insider
August 28, 2017
As he carefully liberates the fossilized skull of a T. Rex, the Burke Museum’s Bruce Crowley feels like one of the luckiest paleontologists alive. King 5
August 28, 2017
Studies of transgender kids are revealing fascinating insights about gender in the brain Scientific American
August 25, 2017
Amy Lambert spends most of her waking hours in search of the island marble; a rare butterfly. OPB
August 25, 2017
Adam Summers, a dedicated biologist at the University of Washington, began his quest to scan every fish in the sea. Tech Crunch
August 25, 2017
Gossip over potential detection of colliding neutron stars has astronomers in a tizzy. Peter Yoachim, a UW astronomer, is quoted. Nature
August 23, 2017
Buildings across campus and the city were "closed for science" during Monday's eclipse. Seattle Times
August 23, 2017
Bruce Balick, a professor emeritus from the Department of Astronomy, observed chickens during the eclipse. GeekWire
August 23, 2017
In a new study, orca pregnancy failures are up, salmon stocks are down, and fecal samples are in—thanks in part to a black Lab on dung duty. Seattle Met
August 22, 2017
Sarah Quinn discusses her award winning research on 'the hidden state' with UW News UW News
August 22, 2017
The latest installment in a regular report on political mobilization in the United States. Emily Gade, a graduate student in the UW Department of Political Science, is an author. The Washington Post
August 18, 2017
Asia Foreign Policy expert, Prof. David Bachman, discusses the latest signs indicating that the U.S. and North Korea are taking steps to tension. KOMO Radio

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