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Published: 12/06/2019

Meet Irika Sinha, an Interdisciplinary Honors student double majoring in biochemistry and biology. Sinha is one of ...Read more

Published: 12/03/2019

Original story by Andrea Godinez from the Burke Museum.

Hummingbirds are some of the most specialized creatures alive today. These nectar-eating birds have unique, long beaks, and are...Read more

Published: 11/27/2019

Photo credit Andrew Chan from the UW Daily.

Congratulations to Julia Parrish for being named an American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Fellow! Dr. Parrish joins ...Read more

Published: 11/19/2019

Since 2002, the Highly Cited Researchers list has identified global research scientists and social scientists who have demonstrated exceptional influence – reflected through their publication of multiple...Read more

Published: 11/12/2019

Original article by UW News. Photo credit to UC San Francisco.

With a $106 million gift from the Weill Family Foundation, UC Berkeley, UC San Francisco and the University...Read more

Published: 11/05/2019

Original article by Nancy Joseph for the College of Arts & Sciences Perspectives newsletter. Photo by Dennis Wise/University of Washington.

Christian Sidor clutches a large box as he enters a...Read more

Published: 10/24/2019

Original story by UW News. Photo credit to HHMI Tangled Bank Studios.

Scientists have discovered an extraordinary collection of fossils that reveal in detail how life recovered after a catastrophic...Read more

Published: 10/17/2019

[COLLEGE STATION, USA]—Carbon dioxide emitted into the atmosphere from the burning of fossil fuels is causing the Earth to warm, oceans to acidify, and climates to change. Because trees capture...Read more

Published: 10/15/2019

Original story by Michelle Ma at UW News.

Piranha fish have a powerful bite. Their teeth help them shred through the flesh of their prey or even scrape plants...Read more

Published: 10/02/2019

Original article by Hannah Hickey from UW News.  Photo by Mark Stone.

The University of Washington’s ...Read more

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