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April 27, 2017
KOMO Radio's Herb Weisbaum interviews Clark Sorensen, director of the Center for Korea Studies at the UW, about North Korea-U.S. relations. KOMO Radio
April 25, 2017
If a baby doesn't look at parents and caregivers or engage in play, parents have questions. Many parents are bringing their babies to the UW Autism Center when looking for answers. UW Today
April 25, 2017
As Bonderman Fellows, Saige and Havana are provided stipends for a minimum of 8 months of travel with the only mandate being that they visit at least two regions of the globe. Department of Sociology
April 25, 2017
Debate team claims 2017 Novice National Champion title COMMunity Beat
April 25, 2017
Professor of sociology, Alexes Harris, leads a team of researchers at nine universities who are exploring the role of monetary sanctions in the criminal justice system. UW today
April 20, 2017
Ernest Mark Henley, a celebrated nuclear physicist and University of Washington administrator, died on March 27, 2017, at age 92. UW Today
April 19, 2017
A study by the UW’s Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences (I-LABS) shows the potential of synchronized movement in helping young children develop collaborative skills. UW Today
April 19, 2017
Spending time on a swing set can help kids learn to cooperate in other activities, a study released Tuesday by University of Washington researchers revealed. King 5
April 19, 2017
How do we live with the fact that the world we knew is going and, in some cases, already gone? The New York Times
April 19, 2017
A newly discovered planet around a distant star may jump to the top of the list of places where scientists should go looking for alien life. Space.com
April 17, 2017
Scientists at the University of Washington, Texas A&M University and the Western Australian Museum have discovered and named a new genus and species of clingfish. UW Today
April 14, 2017
Marcos Llobera brings landscapes of the past to life through cutting-edge computational methods and digital archeology The Whole U
April 13, 2017
UW history professor, Jim Gregory, on the election, activism, and historical perspective. KUOW
April 13, 2017
UW study suggests that monitoring, and potentially treating, the monkeys that co-exist with humans in affected parts of the world may be part of the global strategy. UW Today
April 13, 2017
Saadia Pekkanen, Job and Gertrude Tamaki professor at the Jackson School for International Studies, on US-Japan relations in the Abe-Trump era Forbes
April 12, 2017
KOMO Radio's Herb Weisbaum interviews Glennys Young, professor of history and international studies at the UW, about U.S. relations with Russia. KOMO Radio
April 12, 2017
Charles Johnson has shown exceptional talent in a wide variety of artistic endeavors: cartoonist, novelist, short story writer, essayist, screenwriter, and educator. New England Review
April 9, 2017
Hans Dehmelt, former professor in Physics at the UW and Nobel Laureate, passed away at 94. The New York Times
April 7, 2017
A uniquely collaborative research team unpacks a widely used but rarely scrutinized term in global health. Simpson Center
April 7, 2017
Award sponsored by the National Science Foundation and Popular Science magazine celebrates the use of visual media to artfully and clearly communicate scientific data and research. Department of Biology
April 6, 2017
Don't miss out on your opportunity to see a 2017 Grammy-wining quartet, vertical dance company Bandamoop and more Meany Center
April 4, 2017
Dr. Aseem Prakash and Dr. Nives Dolsak speak with KUOW about the value of the EnergyStar program and how to save it. KUOW
April 4, 2017
When Professor Alexes Harris learned she had cancer, she knew she was in a fight for her life. But she didn't realize how difficult it would be to find a bone marrow match. KUOW
April 4, 2017
New Burke Museum includes efforts to make labs and artifacts that are hidden from public view in the current museum more visible to visitors in the new one. GeekWire
March 31, 2017
The Disklavier is an electromagnetic piano that is played by brain waves alone, with the performer hooked up to an electroencephalogram (EEG). UW TODAY

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