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December 8, 2017
Recognized as the world's foremost expert on penguins, UW Biology's Dee Boersma has dedicated her career to ensuring these charismatic seabirds thrive! Indianapolis Prize
December 7, 2017
Q&A with UW sociologist Steve Pfaff on his new book 'The Spiritual Virtuoso' UW News
December 1, 2017
On Wednesday, Dec. 6, three UW astrobiologists, including astronomy doctoral students, Brett Morris and Marshall Styczinski, will discuss their research at the Pacific Science Center. UW News
December 1, 2017
Department of Sociology professor, Alexes Harris, the debt that grows even after prison ends for ex-offenders and its impact. Atlanta Black Star
December 1, 2017
Commentary from Mary Callahan, professor of international studies at UW The New York Times
November 30, 2017
Ana Gómez-Bravo created a class about Spanish food and culture as a way to teach the language, but found no appropriate textbook for the material — so she wrote one. UW News
November 30, 2017
It seems like even black holes can’t resist the temptation to insert themselves unannounced into photographs. UW News
November 30, 2017
The UW welcomed the most diverse class of new students across all three campuses, and the largest number of Washington residents in UW history. UW News
November 28, 2017
Sommeliers sneer and say, “Flutes? We’re adults. We use real wine glasses.” David Gire, assistant professor of psychology at the UW, is quoted. Wine Enthusiast
November 28, 2017
A complex interaction between the chemicals in the water and the animals' bodies creates the bubble suits, said Floris van Breugel. Washington Post
November 28, 2017
In water, flies inevitably become fish bait, can’t escape or emerge too wet to function. But in Mono Lake’s salty waters, the fly species Ephydra hians is an exception. New York Times
November 28, 2017
The alkali fly can dive underwater and can reemerge to the surface without ever getting wet. Research by Floris van Breugel, a biology research associate at the UW, is referenced. Tech Times
November 16, 2017
In the future, some flower species may bloom earlier while others could disappear altogether, according to a study from the UW. Elli Theobald, a biologist at the UW, is quoted. KNKX
November 16, 2017
Jason Detwiler is an assistant professor of physics at the University of Washington, and he’s on the hunt for a natural phenomenon that is insanely rare. KNKX
November 16, 2017
A sky survey that draws upon the data-crunching skills of researchers at the UW has reached a milestone known as “first light." GeekWire
November 16, 2017
"Native people are generally omitted from discussions of discrimination," says Stephanie Fryberg, associate professor of psychology and American Indian studies at the UW. NPR
November 16, 2017
A group of scientists from CalTech and the UW has modified an old telescope to create a powerful tool capable of capturing high-definition images of the Northern sky. International Business Times
November 16, 2017
Is your idea of nature different from your grandparents'? That's what UW psychology professor Peter Kahn calls "environmental generational amnesia." UW News
November 14, 2017
Scientists with the UW and nine additional partner institutions, announced that the Zwicky Transient Facility has seen “first light." UW News

November 13, 2017
<p>The Speech and Hearing Sciences department is helping musicians who suffer hearing loss.</p> King 5
November 13, 2017
Climate change will mean big changes for wildflowers on Mount Rainier by the end of the century. Elli Theobald, a biologist at the UW, is quoted. The Olympian
November 8, 2017
Dr. Marsha Linehan is quoted in this article. The Guardian
November 8, 2017
Researchers at the University of Washington found that earlier blooms are just one of several ways climate change may affect the park's popular flowers. King 5
November 8, 2017
Researchers from the University of Washington and Columbia University are getting ready for an unprecedented months-long campaign to study Antarctica’s ice shelves from the ocean below. GeekWire
November 6, 2017
Gerald A. Miller, UW professor of physics, is quoted. Gizmodo

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