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July 6, 2017
Alshakim Nelson, a chemist at the University of Washington, in Seattle, and his team, have developed a new type of bioreactor. The Economist
July 6, 2017
A recent voice conference at the UW brings together doctors, therapists, voice coaches and performers. UW 360
July 6, 2017
Improving salmon runs could help the endangered killer whales that frequent the inland waters of Washington state. The Washington Post
July 6, 2017
The Southern Resident killer whales are a genetically distinct population, and they are considered critically endangered with only an estimated 78 individuals left. Mother Nature Network
July 6, 2017
If their detractors are to be believed, they’re to blame for almost everything, but Seattle millennials say the world’s woes are not their fault. The Seattle Times
July 3, 2017
Ever heard that if you looked at the color yellow for too long, you might begin to feel anxious or irritated? CNN
July 3, 2017
Anthropology professor, Janelle Taylor, started researching dementia about 10 years ago, after her own mother's diagnosis of dementia. UW Today
June 30, 2017
International Studies Professor, Saadia Pekkanen, on how Japan is targeting independence in space-based information. Forbes
June 29, 2017
A multi-year survey of the endangered southern resident killer whales suggests that up to two-thirds of pregnancies failed in this population from 2007 to 2014. UW Today
June 29, 2017
In an era when the growth in the population of blacks, Latinos and Asians outpaces that of whites nationwide, a new study of who lives where provides insight into the geography of race. UW Today
June 29, 2017
In five years, a sky-scanning telescope in Chile will begin hunting the heavens for asteroids on a collision course with Earth, scientists at the UW work to spot them. The Seattle Times
June 28, 2017
A research dog smells the sea air for orca excrement as its handler directs the boat. The researchers are from the Center for Conservation Biology at the University of Washington. The News Tribune
June 27, 2017
Assistant Professor of History, Laurie Marhoefer, on the history of gay pride marches and movements. Salon
June 27, 2017
NASA may be closing down its grand plan to study a piece of an asteroid up close, but the researchers who focus on near-Earth objects aren’t turning their backs on asteroids. GeekWire
June 27, 2017
The scientific debate over whether vaccines can cause autism spectrum disorder is over. Vaccines save lives, and there is no evidence they cause autism. The Seattle Times
June 26, 2017
It’s a story you really have to see to believe: people playing music simply by “thinking” it. UW 360
June 23, 2017
Using just the text of a bill plus about a dozen other variables, a new artificial intelligence algorithm can determine the chance that a bill will become law with great precision. Science Magazine
June 23, 2017
Since its infancy in 1990, three themes have emerged as driving forces for Randy’s global programs: Science, Collaboration and Community. wanprc.org
June 21, 2017
Couples who follow two basic rules when they argue tend to stay together longer than couples who do not, according to research from UW psychology professor John Gottman. Business Insider
June 21, 2017
“We now understand the design principles to make polymers that can transport both ions and electrons more effectively.” - Professor David Ginger, UW Dept. of Chemistry. UW Today
June 20, 2017
UW political science professor, Christopher Parker, was one of the few to foresee Donald Trump's win–and the likely reasons why. Seattle Times
June 20, 2017
The National Institutes of Health has renewed a major grant that funds a University of Washington-led research center to understand malaria in India. UW Today
June 19, 2017
What the bond between homeless people and their pets demonstrates about compassion UW Today
June 19, 2017
David Ginger is lead author of a paper published in Nature Materials. UW Today
June 19, 2017
The University of Washington College of Arts & Sciences announced that Dan Fu, Assistant Professor in Chemistry received a 2017 Beckman Young Investigator award. College of Arts & Sciences

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