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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

UW Biology student Tawni Rodríguez Ng was recently named a 2023 UW Homecoming Scholar. The Homecoming Scholars honors six extraordinary students across the UW whose stories exemplify Husky...Read more

Published: 12/27/2023

Congratulations to the Rico-Guevara lab members, David Cuban, Amanda Hewes, and Alejo Rico-Guevara, on being featured in Science on their work on hummingbird tongues! 

Excerpt from the Science article:

TONGUE...Read more

Published: 12/27/2023

UW Biology professor Horacio de la Iglesia co-authored a white paper describing the significance of repeated, chronic jet lag on student-athlete health and performance - both in academics...Read more

Published: 12/27/2023

UW Biology undergraduate student Samantha-Lynn Martinez was featured in a UW Undergraduate Academic Affairs student story on her experience of belonging through the UW Honors Program. Samantha-Lynn...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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