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March 31, 2017
The Disklavier is an electromagnetic piano that is played by brain waves alone, with the performer hooked up to an electroencephalogram (EEG). UW TODAY
March 30, 2017
...The encephalophone, an invention that, despite sounding like a discarded Muppet Show prop, is actually a fascinating new instrument developed for neurological and music research. VICE
March 28, 2017
The very name of the class seemed to fire imaginations nationwide. Now the Information School's new course "Calling Bullshit in the Age of Big Data" is getting started. UW Today
March 27, 2017
To celebrate the culture behind the cherry blossoms, the UW's Asian Languages & Literature will host Sakura-Kai Wednesday, March 29, at 12:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m. in the Quad at the UW campus. king5.com
March 27, 2017
Most of the money committed by professor emeritus Larry Dalton and his wife, Nicole Boand, will go to establish the Dalton Postdoctoral Fellowship in Chemistry. GeekWire
March 27, 2017
The German-born physicist, who spent most of his career at the UW, died earlier this month. He was 94. The Seattle Times
March 24, 2017
Neurologists, composers and tech-geeks at the UW's DXARTS program study music and the mind — including the encephalophone, a new instrument you can play without moving a muscle. Seattle Times
March 24, 2017
What's next for communication professor David Domke? Championing the causes he values and that are under attack today. The Seattle Times
March 23, 2017
The presidency of Donald Trump has vast implications for international affairs and even the internal politics of other countries — it could lead to geopolitical realignments on a global scale. UW Today
March 23, 2017
Scientific research that doesn't get communicated to the public may as well not have happened at all, says the Jackson School's Scott Montgomery in "The Chicago Guide to Communicating Science." UW TODAY
March 23, 2017
Gift to UW Chemistry builds upon Dalton and Boand's long legacy of supporting scientific innovation and education. UW Today
March 23, 2017
Tell a Congressional staffer that you’re visiting to talk about public support for the humanities and you see waves of both puzzlement and relief wash across their face. Simpson Center
March 22, 2017
UW political science professor, Donald Hellmann, weighs in on the impact of budget cuts in our current political landscape. King 5
March 21, 2017
Assistant Professor of Art History and Curator of Northwest Native American Art at the Burke Museum, Kathyrn Bunn-Marcuse, offered some choice words on cultural appropriation of native art. kuow.org
March 21, 2017
Dehmelt was a celebrated scientist whose research career spanned more than half a century. UW Today
March 17, 2017
Dept. of Linguistic's Alicia Wassink answers the Local Wonder question, "Why do so many people born and raised in this region pronounce the name of the state as 'Wershington'"? KUOW
March 15, 2017
Adrian Raftery receives Ireland's St. Patrick's Day Medal for contributions to statistics UW Today
March 14, 2017
According to a University of Washington biology department research team, humans are not alone in continuing to support offspring who have "left the nest." UW Today
March 14, 2017
The 2016 election made clear that the Electoral College does not weigh votes from all states equally. U.S. News
March 13, 2017
UW professors Christopher Sebastian Parker and David Domke joined Wellspring Family Services vice president R. Keith Myers to discuss the question: Is President Trump gaslighting us? KUOW
March 13, 2017
When space tourism is in full swing, you’ll need to know how to get around foreign planets. Biology Ph.D. candidate Eleanor Lutz is already making maps to guide us. Mental Floss
March 10, 2017
Although pay equity for women has improved, men are still paid more for the same work. Why is the problem even worse in King County than elsewhere? seattlemag.com
March 10, 2017
Research shows that in the U.S., both adults and older children believe that math is a male activity. scpr.org
March 8, 2017
UW School of Art faculty member Akio Takamori, a renowned local ceramics artist, completed his final body of work just a day before dying from pancreatic cancer. nwasianweekly.com
March 8, 2017
"A major detractor to Americans’ sex lives has been the rising necessity of the two-income family, said Pepper Schwartz, a sociology professor at the University of Washington." Washington Post

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