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Published: 01/05/2018

The Cabernard Lab was recently awarded a prestigious, 5-year $1.5M R01 grant from the National Institute of Health (NIH). This new grant, "Cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying the formation...Read more

Black Guillemots
Published: 01/04/2018

Julia K. Parrish, Professor of Aquatic & Fishery Sciences and Biology, comments on "Can These Seabirds Adapt Fast Enough to Survive a Melting Arctic?" in Audubon. The article discusses George...Read more

Published: 01/03/2018

Hagfishes, an ancient group of eel-like animals found on the bottom of the...Read more

Published: 12/18/2017

Emily Grason, graduate of UW Biology's Ph.D. program, and Crab Team volunteers are on a mission to protect the Salish Sea from one of the world’s worst invasive species. She...Read more

Published: 12/15/2017

Four-Year College & University Section Research in Biology Education Award: Mary Pat Wenderoth 

"Recognizing innovation in research that furthers our understanding of undergraduate biology teaching, this award is given to

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Published: 12/11/2017

Author information: Minseung Choi*, Diane P. Genereux, Jamie Goodson, Haneen Al-Azzawi, Shannon Q. Allain*, Noah Simon, Stan Palasek, Carol B. Ware, Chris Cavanaugh, Daniel G. Miller, Winslow C.* Johnson,...Read more

Published: 12/05/2017


Kim Nasmyth, a professor of biochemistry at the University of Oxford and...Read more

Published: 12/05/2017

The eyes of the spectacled bear sit in disks of black fur on a stark white face. The African civet sports a necklace of dark and light bands. And hundreds...Read more

Published: 12/05/2017

If ever there was a timeless beauty, the nautilus is it. Boasting elegant spiral shells, recognizably nautil-esque mollusks have zipped through the ocean’s depths for ...Read more

Published: 11/20/2017

More than a century ago, American writer Mark Twain observed a curious phenomenon at Mono Lake, just to the east of Yosemite National Park: enormous numbers of small flies would...Read more