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Published: 08/28/2020

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) quietly changed its guidance on Monday to now say that asymptomatic people do not need to be tested for coronavirus, even if...Read more

Published: 08/27/2020

Ray Huey, UW Biology professor emeritus, lead-authored a paper recently published to PLOS ONE. The paper's findings represent the most comprehensive look at success and death rates in...Read more

Published: 08/27/2020

Christian Sidor, UW Biology professor, and Megan Whitney, former UW Biology doctoral student, co-authored a paper published in Communications Biology reporting evidence of a hibernation-like state in Lystrosaurus,...Read more

Published: 08/25/2020

Sharlene Santana was featured in this week's episode of the People Behind the Science Podcast. In the episode, Sharlene discusses her research on diversity in bats, her experiences...Read more

Published: 08/18/2020

We’ve known from the beginning how the end will arrive. Eventually, the coronavirus will be unable to find enough susceptible hosts to survive, fading out wherever it briefly emerges.

To...Read more

Published: 08/14/2020

Off the west side of San Juan Island, Deborah Giles quickly grabbed her boat’s bright yellow research flag and started waving it at a small boat chopping through the...Read more

Published: 08/12/2020

Alejandro Rico-Guevara was featured in The New York Times for his contributing work on a new study showing that honeybees switch their feeding strategy to be more efficient...Read more

Published: 08/11/2020

Carl Bergstrom was interviewed by Scientific American about his tool kit for navigating the daily deluge of news about the novel coronavirus, from finding reliable sources to...Read more

Published: 08/07/2020

Carl Bergstrom and Jevin West's new book, Calling Bullshit: The Art of Skepticism in a Data-Driven World, was released this week. C. Brandon Ogbunu, computational biologist and assistant professor...Read more

Published: 08/07/2020

Elli Theobald and Scott Freeman were featured in this article in UW's The Daily on the uneven playing field of competitive STEM majors.

“Achievement gaps are not...Read more

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