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*Original article by Mel Kottenbelt at ADInstruments
Congratulations to Dr. Mary Pat Wenderoth, who has received the 2019 Claude bernard Distinguished Lectureship Award!
This award recognizes an established...Read more
*Re-posted from the College of Arts & Sciences Perspectives Newsletter
Small flying insects have a lot to tell us about acquiring and processing data. As they fly,...Read more
Original article by Molly Slann from The Daily - UW's undergraduate newspaper.
If you’ve ever tried identifying trees based on their leaves, you’ll know it can be quite...Read more
Alison Weber has been named a Washington Research Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow, according to an ...Read more
The Life Sciences Building has won the Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce's 2018 Building of the Year! The seven-floor, 187,000-square-foot-research and teaching facility is designed to facilitate innovation and collaboration,...Read more
Burke Museum, University of Washington, and Brandon University
Seattle—The iconic evergreen forests of the Pacific Northwest haven’t always been here.
In a recent study published in the...Read more
Parenthood can be a struggle, particularly for families with multiple children in need of care, nurturing, protection and attention. But a weary mom or dad may find...Read more
Congratulations to Tri Pham and Clemens Cabernard for their recent publication in iScience!
The paper describes cellular and biophysical mechanisms underlying the formation of sibling cell size...Read more
Antarctica wasn’t always a frozen wasteland—250 million years ago, it was covered in forests and rivers, and the temperature rarely dipped below freezing. It was also home to diverse wildlife,...Read more