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Published: 02/29/2024

UW Biology postdoctoral scholar Dr. Kasim Rafiq and graduate student Leigh West, both members of the Abrahms lab, were recently featured in the new Apple TV+ documentary...Read more

Published: 02/12/2024

New research co-led by UW Biology professor Jeff Riffell and UW Atmospheric Sciences professor Joel Thornton shows that air pollution – coming primarily from car exhaust and power plant...Read more

Published: 05/02/2024

Ray Huey, professor emeritus of biology, was elected to the National Academy of Sciences for 2024. Members are elected to the NAS in recognition of their distinguished and continuing...Read more

Published: 02/01/2024

Research out of the Buckley Lab on how butterflies are evolving as climate changes was recently featured on a KCTS 9 episode of Human Elements. Interviewed in this...Read more

Published: 02/01/2024

Daniel Promislow, UW Biology Professor, was recently interviewed by KUOW on the “Dog Aging Project,” which he co-founded to study how dogs age. 

Dogs share so much of...Read more

Published: 01/17/2024

Alejandro Rico-Guevara, UW Biology Associate Professor and curator of ornithology at the UW Burke Museum, was recently interviewed by KUOW on his research on hummingbirds

Alejandro Rico-Guevara remembers when...Read more

Published: 12/27/2023

Three UW Biology undergraduate students were recently named 2023-2024 Levinson ScholarsThe Levinson Emerging Scholars (LES) Program is designed to support students who work...Read more

Published: 12/27/2023

A new paper out of the Paredez lab was published in Nature Communications. Authors on the paper include postdoctoral scholar Han-Wei Shih, research scientist Germain Alas, and...Read more

Published: 12/27/2023

UW News has posted a story about the first findings of a new project to understand how a unique group of closely-related bat species evolved wildly different jaws, teeth...Read more

Published: 12/27/2023

Biology Professor Dee Boersma was featured in an article in The New York Times Magazine as one of many scientists watching their life's work disappear as they witness...Read more

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