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February 2, 2018
Geographically speaking, the Pacific Northwest is one of the best places in America to see tonight’s super-hyped total lunar eclipse. Meteorologically speaking? Not so much. GeekWire
February 2, 2018
Skywatchers from Vancouver to Siberia shared their images of the total lunar eclipse. Julie Lutz, a UW astronomer, is quoted. GeekWire
February 2, 2018
The outdoor community has made filtration a must. But a look at the scientific evidence shows that this mandate rests on a shaky foundation." Slate
February 2, 2018
“Music acts on us as much as we act on it,” says Steven Morrison, professor of music and chair of Music Education at the University of Washington School of Music. The Whole U
February 2, 2018
Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and UW announced the new Northwest Institute for Materials Physics, Chemistry and Technology UW News
February 2, 2018
John Wilkerson of the UW Department of Political Science weighs in on this important topic The Washington Post
January 31, 2018
UW archeologists have re-created the weapons used by hunter-gatherers in the post-Ice Age Arctic some 14,000 years ago. UW News
January 30, 2018
Marcel Tabeteau was a world-renowned oboist for decades with the Philadelphia Orchestra and a professor at the prestigious Curtis Institute of Music in that city. UW News
January 26, 2018
Watch performances by Garrick Ohlsson, Danish String Quartet, 12 Ophelias, Jazz Innovations, and revisit memories through craft sculptures at ArtVenture. UW News
January 26, 2018
New study from UW economist Theo Eicher The Seattle Times
January 26, 2018
Seattle Times opinion piece by Pepper Schwartz of the UW Department of Sociology The Seattle Times
January 25, 2018
A new study shows that mosquitoes may choose who to bite based on scent. UW News
January 24, 2018
UW sociologist, Kyle Crowder, co-authors new book on the social forces reinforcing the cycle of segregation. City Lab
January 24, 2018
Commentary from Clark Sorensen, Korea history professor and director of the UW's Center for Korea Studies/ The Washington Post
January 24, 2018
How babies’ brains process touch builds foundations for learning. UW News
January 23, 2018
Shutdowns are all about “branding” for members, write political scientists Andreu Casas and John Wilkerson, who closely studied the 2013 government shutdown. The Washington Post
January 23, 2018
42nd Annual Lecture: 7:30 p.m., Kane Hall, Room 130 Reception: 8:30 p.m., Kane Hall, Walker-Ames Room The lecture is free and open to the public. UW News
January 17, 2018
Kam Wing Chan, a geography professor who studies China’s rural-urban divide, is quoted in this New York Times article. The New York Times
January 9, 2018
Sam Wasser's group, Center for Conservation Biology, is using DNA to convict poachers of African elephants. New York Times
January 9, 2018
Meet Porscha Shaw, an MFA student in the UW's Professional Actor's Training Program recently named a Seattle artist you should know about by KUOW. KUOW
January 9, 2018
Seattle has a rich and diverse arts community, but many people believe the city's African American artists don't get the widespread attention they deserve. KUOW
January 8, 2018
There is a popular misconception that bees shouldn't be able to fly. A 2005 study by Michael Dickinson, then a UW biology professor, is referenced. Business Insider
January 8, 2018
The astronomers have fully ruled out that an alien megastructure might be responsible for the weirdly fluctuating light from a distant star. GeekWire
January 8, 2018
This week’s cold snap revealed the sorry state of infrastructure in many urban schools. Sapna Cheryan, associate professor of psychology at the UW, is quoted. City Lab
January 8, 2018
KIC 8462852 is nicknamed “Tabby’s Star” after LSU astronomer Boyajian, who discovered it with the help of citizen scientists. UW astronomers co-authored. UW News

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