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Published: 06/22/2018

The Hille Ris Lambers lab set out to explore if pollinators are important for determining the range distributions of plants, specifically the flowering plant Erythronium montanum...Read more

Published: 06/20/2018

A new analysis by scientists from Auburn University, the University of Washington and three other collaborating institutions suggests the value of structured research programs for undergraduates extends to society as...Read more

Published: 06/12/2018

Dee Boersma was recently interviewed by PEW Podcast 'After the Fact' on the penguin population in Punta Tombo, Argentina.

Stat: The penguin population in Punta Tombo, Argentina, has...Read more

Published: 06/07/2018

Congratulations to Alice Ranjan and Fleur Anteau on winning the 2018 Husky Seed Fund Award!  They, along with other students, will be using the award to produce Capillaries Journal. The journal will be...Read more

Published: 05/18/2018

A University of Washington-led ...Read more

Published: 05/18/2018

With the grand opening of the new $171 million Life Sciences Building just months away, it’s time to fill the building with faculty.

That was the idea behind a $3...Read more

Published: 05/14/2018

The Antarctic fossil record is one of the least understood in the world, due in large part to its remoteness, ice cover, and extreme conditions. There is much to learn,...Read more

Published: 05/09/2018

Congratulations to Jennifer Nemhauser, who will receive this year’s Undergraduate Research Mentor Award at the opening ceremony of the Undergraduate Research Symposium.

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Published: 05/09/2018

BIOL 240 is a 15 credit Summer course that can be taken as an alternative to the three quarter BIOL 180-200-220 Introductory Biology Series. BIOL 240 will be an exciting and...Read more

Published: 05/08/2018

Stomata are tiny, microscopic, and critical for photosynthesis - a process plants use to convert sunlight and carbon dioxide to oxygen. Understanding how stomata form is critical to...Read more

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