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Published: 07/19/2019

Original story by James Urton on UW News

For female mosquitoes, finding their next meal is all about smelling and seeing.

Through behavioral experiments and real-time recording of the...Read more

Published: 07/02/2019

Original story by Briar Steward at CBC News

The endangered southern resident killer whales which are normally spotted in the Salish Sea near Vancouver throughout June, haven't been seen by...Read more

Published: 06/26/2019

Original article on the Institute for Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine website

Wandering has always been a way of life for Dr. Randall T. Moon. Born...Read more

Published: 06/20/2019

Original article by James Urton at UW News

Paleontologists are trying to dispel a myth about what life was like when dinosaurs roamed the Earth. The false narrative has...Read more

Published: 06/13/2019

Original article by Sara Harrison on WIRED Magazine.

ELEANOR LUTZ HAS a running list of scientific topics for which she wants to find data sets. It’s not her job exactly:...Read more

Published: 04/03/2019
Ana Mari Cauce

Today, we mourn the loss of...Read more

Published: 05/28/2019

Original article by Michelle Ma at UW News.

Chemical signatures imprinted on tiny stones that form inside the ears of fish show that two of Alaska’s most productive salmon...Read more

Published: 05/20/2019

Photo by Kate Brooks
Excerpt from article by Sandi Doughton of The Seattle Times

SAM WASSER doesn’t sleep well.

How can he, when 40,000 elephants are still slaughtered...Read more

Published: 05/10/2019

Dr. Moon Draper has a long history of teaching for honors programs.  In his experience he has found the diversity of thought, background, and perspective endlessly refreshing. So much so, that...Read more

Published: 05/02/2019

Original article by James Urton on UW News.

Humans may be forgiven for overlooking bats. After all, many bat species are out and about when we’re turning...Read more