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Published: 07/13/2021

Alejandro Rico-Guevara was interviewed on the "Every Little Thing" podcast on all things hummingbirds: their feeding, flying, and fighting feats. Listen to the Every Little Thing podcast...Read more

Published: 07/13/2021

UW Biology undergraduate Ruth Mulugeta (Class of '22, Major: molecular, cellular & developmental biology) is one of the inaugural University of Washington Presidential Scholarship recipients. A few of these scholars...Read more

Published: 07/13/2021

Deborah Giles, Research Scientist with the UW Center for Conservation Biology, was quoted in a Seattle Times article on Canada's announcement of big cuts to commercial fishing...Read more

Published: 07/13/2021

Ray Huey, UW Biology Professor Emeritus, was quoted in The Seattle Times on Seattle's recent heat wave. 

Sir Mix-a-Lot has a couple of choice words for the folks...Read more

Published: 07/13/2021

Carl Bergstrom, UW Biology Professor, was recently interviewed by Vox. While some social scientists, journalists and activists have been raising concerns about how social media is affecting our democracy,...Read more

Published: 06/01/2021

The Daily published an article on the return of some UW classes to in-person instruction. UW Biology class "BIOL 446: Plant Classification and Identification" is one of these courses....Read more

Published: 06/01/2021

Casey Self, UW Biology Associate Teaching Professor, was named one of the poster contest winners for the Teaching & Learning Symposium Poster ContestThe Symposium brings together faculty,...Read more

Published: 06/01/2021

Dee Boersma, UW Biology Professor and Director of the Center for Ecosystem Sentinels, co-authored a new study published in Science showing that many seabirds in the Northern Hemisphere...Read more

Published: 06/01/2021

A proposal by the European Union would match U.S. and China bans on elephant poaching. But given recent record seizures, it may be too late for elephants. Sam Wasser,...Read more

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