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Published: 01/20/2023

Researchers at Seattle’s Allen Institute for Cell Science and their colleagues have now developed a way to quantitatively map how these cellular components are arranged in space. Their approach, ...Read more

Published: 12/20/2022

Biology Professor Horacio de la Iglesia was recently featured in a profile for the "People of UW" series hosted through The Whole U.

Excerpt:

Horacio de la...Read more

Published: 12/20/2022

Biology Professor Peter Ward was interviewed in a Salon.com article on The Medea Hypothesis.

In the late 2000s, Peter Douglas Ward, a paleontologist and professor at the University...Read more

Published: 12/20/2022

New research on the effects of daytime sunlight exposure on sleep out of UW Biology Professor Horacio de la Iglesia's lab was recently featured in UW News.

Dr. Horacio...Read more

Published: 12/20/2022

Biology Assistant Professor Briana Abrahms was recently featured in a University of Washington Magazine article on her research and her efforts to seek ways for humans and wildlife...Read more

Published: 11/21/2022

Biology Affiliate Professor Susan Parkhurst was named the second Mark Groudine Endowed Chair for Outstanding Achievements in Science and Service. 

Established by an anonymous donor in 2016, the chair...Read more

Published: 11/16/2022

New research from the Steinbrenner lab on the evolution of herbivore peptide recognition by a plant immune receptor was recently published in eLife. This new research explores evolution and plant...Read more

Published: 11/14/2022

Briana Abrahms, Biology Assistant Professor, and Kasim Rafiq, Biology Postdoctoral Researcher, co-authored a piece in The Conversation on how climate change is causing endangered African wild dogs...Read more

Published: 11/14/2022

Horacio de la Iglesia, Biology Professor, was featured in a Seattle Met article on the downfalls of permanent daylight saving time, and how permanent standard time would be...Read more

Published: 11/14/2022

Sharlene Santana, Biology Professor and curator of mammals at the Burke Museum, was featured in UW News on her research on bats.

These nocturnal flying mammals live in...Read more

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