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Published: 07/16/2020

Most people know hummingbirds are tiny, cute and fun to watch. What they may not realize is that they are smart, too.

A study from...Read more

Published: 07/16/2020

Sue Moore, biology affiliate professor, has been elected to the Washington State Academy of Sciences.

The Washington State Academy of Sciences (WSAS) is pleased to announce 21...Read more

Published: 07/16/2020

Deborah Giles, research scientist for Sam Wasser's University of Washington Center for Conservation Biology, was featured in an article on KUOW about the return of the ...Read more

Published: 07/15/2020

Carl Bergstrom wrote an OpEd piece featured in The Chronicle for Higher Education on the CDC's updated guidance for colleges reopening during the Covid-19 crisis. In the piece,...Read more

Published: 07/14/2020

Carl Bergstrom, biology professor, was quoted in a New York Times article on reopening schools.

As school districts across the United States consider whether and how to restart...Read more

Published: 07/13/2020

Sam Wasser, professor and director of the University of Washington’s Center for Conservation Biology, has reported to the Associated Press that there are no wolves in the Southern Cascades of...Read more

Published: 07/09/2020

Nine University of Washington subjects ranked in the top 10 in the world on the Global Ranking of Academic Subjects list for 2020. UW Biology ranked No. 8 on...Read more

Published: 06/26/2020

Biology professor Horacio de la Iglesia and postdoctoral researcher Leandro Casiraghi co-authored a study published June 10 in Current Biology about university student sleep patterns during the COVID-19 pandemic. Researchers...Read more

Published: 06/22/2020

Carl Bergstrom is featured in an NBC News article as "a voice of clarity on the coronavirus."

An evolutionary biologist by training, Bergstrom has emerged as one of...Read more

Published: 06/11/2020

Studies have shown that students from certain backgrounds are less likely than their peers to complete an undergraduate degree in science, technology, engineering or...Read more

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