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March 11, 2020
UW Biology Professor Janneke Hille Ris Lambers has analyzed more that 17,000 Flickr photos to determine how climate change is affecting Mt. Rainier's wildflowers. UW News
March 10, 2020
Carl Bergstrom, professor of biology, explains what "flattening the curve" is and why it's important in the coronavirus. The Guardian
March 10, 2020
Biology Professor Carl Bergstrom discusses how Google is swept up in the misinformation surrounding coronavirus. Bloomberg
March 10, 2020
Carl Bergstrom, professor of biology, explains the importance of "flattening the curve" of the coronavirus pandemic. Vox
March 9, 2020
Margaret O'Mara, history professor, discusses how the tech industry often fails to look backward in history. Vice
March 7, 2020
Political science Professor Aseem Prakash explains the coronavirus's impact on the environment and on global supply chains. Forbes
March 6, 2020
Emily Levesque, an associate professor of astronomy, discusses why the star Betelgeuse is dimming. Inverse
March 6, 2020
Physics Professor Gray Rybka explains research into the size of dark matter axions. Science News
March 5, 2020
Lynn Fainsilber Katz, psychology research professor, explains different strategies for talking to kids about coronavirus. The Seattle Times
March 5, 2020
Margaret O'Mara, history professor, writes about what life is like in Seattle, epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak in the US. New York Times
March 5, 2020
History Professor Lynn Thomas discusses the racist history of skin lightening products, many of which contain dangerous mercury. The Conversation
March 4, 2020
David Bachman, professor of international studies, weighs in on how extreme measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus in Seattle should be. The Seattle Times
March 4, 2020
Allison Anderson, doctoral student in international studies, discusses Jordan's sharing economy, and how it helps women. The Conversation
March 4, 2020
Psychology Professor Peter Khan explains the results of his new study, which shows that wild green space is important to mental health. Forbes
March 4, 2020
Graham Pruss, anthropology lecturer, discusses the reasons behind the increase in families living in vehicles. Reuters
March 3, 2020
Linguistics Professor Emily Bender discusses how artificial intelligence can go wrong, especially regarding the ethical risks of voice technology. Inside Science
March 3, 2020
Associate professor of psychology, Chantel Prat, explains the results of his new study, which shows that strong language shows are indicative of strong coding abilities. International Business Times
March 3, 2020
Scott Radnitz, associate professor of international studies, explains the spread of conspiracy theories about coronavirus. The Guardian
March 3, 2020
Carl Bergrstrom, biology professor, discusses why it's important for the general public to have good information about the coronavirus outbreak. Self
March 2, 2020
Graham Pruss, anthropology lecturer, discusses the reasons behind why Seattle families may resort to living in vehicles. CBS
March 2, 2020
Provost Mark Richards, a scientist by trade with a fascination for music, is profiled in this article about his relationship with the LA Master Chorale. Meany Center
March 2, 2020
UW biology faculty P. Dee Boersma and Sue E. Moore are being recognized for their contributions to the study of ecosystem sentinels. UW News
March 2, 2020
Ted Poor, assistant professor of drums in the School of Music, discusses his new album "You Already Know." UW News
March 2, 2020
Chantel Prat, associate professor of psychology, explains the ramifications of his new study, which shows that strong language abilities tend to make a good coder. Fast Company
March 1, 2020
Chantel Prat, associate professor of psychology, discusses the results of a study he authored detailing what prior skills make someone more adept at coding. The Independent

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