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February 11, 2020
Dave Slager, doctoral student in biology, discusses his research into the evolution of a particular crow species. Gizmodo
February 10, 2020
School of Drama Professor Valerie Curtis-Newton is featured in this round-up of UW faculty who've recently won honors and awards. UW News
February 10, 2020
Carl Bergstromm, biology professor, discusses how misinformation about coronavirus is spreading rapidly, due to both bad-faith actors and human error. Washington Post
February 10, 2020
Andrew Meltzoff, psychology professor, explains the results of a study that shows that babies are more altruistic than most would think. People
February 10, 2020
Biology Professor Jeff Riffell discusses how the relationship between mosquitos and Northwest orchids may have implications for the development of mosquito repellents. OPB
February 10, 2020
Psychology professor Andrew Meltzoff explains the results of his recent study demonstrating altruism in babies. Vox
February 9, 2020
Rory Barnes, assistant professor of astronomy, puzzles what would happen if Earth were a superplanet. LiveScience
February 7, 2020
Assistant professor of geography, Bo Zhao, has created an interactive map of the spread of cornavirus. UW News
February 7, 2020
Naja Ferjan Ramirez, an assistant professor in linguistics, weighs in on baby talk and a research-backed alternative, "parentese." Ars Technica
February 7, 2020
Naja Ferjan Ramírez, assistant professor of linguistics, discusses her new research into "parentese," a new style of baby talk. CBC
February 6, 2020
This week at UW, see art ranging in topics from Valentine's Day to jazz, both on and off-campus. UW News
February 6, 2020
John Vallier, ethnomusicology curator, explores a collection of seven thousand reel-to-reel tapes donated by the late recording engineer Kearney Barton. King 5 News
February 6, 2020
David Alexander Rahbee, School of Music Director of Orchestral Activities and Chair of Orchestral Conducting, is featured in this edition of Faculty Friday. The Whole U
February 6, 2020
Dr. Valentina Zaitseva, senior lecturer in the Russian language department, discusses the benefits of learning multiple languages. The Daily
February 5, 2020
Assistant professor in linguistics, Naja Ferjan Ramirez, proposes an alternative to standard baby-talk: research-backed "parentese." Inverse
February 5, 2020
Naja Ferjan Ramirez, an assistant professor in linguistics, discusses "parentese," a research-backed alternative to baby talk. Upworthy
February 5, 2020
Alshakim Nelson, assistant professor of chemistry, discusses new technology in the production of chemicals and medicines. Tech Explorist
February 4, 2020
Naja Ferjan Ramirez, an assistant professor in linguistics, discusses how an updated form of babytalk--"parentese"--can help babies' language development. FOX 43
February 4, 2020
Rodolfo Cortes Barragan, a postdoctoral researcher at I-LABS, discusses his research showing that babies are more altruistic than one might think. The Hill
February 4, 2020
Andrew Meltzoff, psychology professor, discusses his research in altruism among babies. CTV News
February 4, 2020
The East Asia Library will be renamed the Atsuhiko and Ina Goodwin Tateuchi Library in recognition of a $6 million gift to the library. UW News
February 4, 2020
Naja Ferjan Ramirez, an assistant professor of linguistics, discusses how "parentese," as opposed to traditional baby talk, is beneficial for language development in babies. CNN
February 4, 2020
Psychology professor Andrew Meltzoff explains the results of a study he co-authored showing babies' natural tendencies towards altruism. CNN
February 4, 2020
Andrew Meltzoff, psychology professor, discusses the results of a study he co-authored indicating that babies are more altruistic than most people think. Newsweek
February 4, 2020
Alshakim Nelson, assistant professor of chemistry, explains how the development of a new way of producing chemicals allows for the on-demand production of medicine. UW News

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