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Published: 03/29/2018

In Our Nature, the UW Sustanability blog, reports on how UW Solar worked with the Biology Department and the Life Sciences Building's design...Read more

Published: 03/09/2018

The late Professor Robert T. Paine's work with keystone species is being featured in a short film "The Serengeti Rules," which has been accepted into the TriBeca Film Festival in New York....Read more

Published: 03/07/2018

The Ecological Society of America named Janneke Hille Ris Lambers one of their 2018 Fellows.  Janneke was elected for her research linking models and data to test...Read more

Published: 02/14/2018

The solar fins on our new Life Sciences Building have been featured on two local news broadcasts. These fins will create enough energy to power 12,000 square feet of LSB office...Read more

Published: 02/08/2018

Established in 2012, the Washington Open Objects Fabricators 3D Print Club — WOOF for short — is a UW student organization focused on advancing 3D printing technologies through education,...Read more

Published: 02/07/2018

Dr. Dee Boersma was named a finalist for the Indianapolis Prize, the world's leading award for animal conservation. Dee is a conservationist dedicated to the study...Read more

Published: 02/06/2018

Ken Sebens was recently on King5 News talking about the effects of climate change on sea life. His research at the Friday Harbor Labs has been looking at...Read more

Published: 02/06/2018

Adam Summers was featured on King5 news talking about hagfish slime and his work using a CT scanner to catalogue detailed fish images. 

The CT scanner, located at ...Read more

Published: 02/05/2018

The lab of Sharlene Santana has created Pocket Bats—a new outreach project using Augment, a free augmented reality app available on iPhone and Android devices, to make 3D...Read more

Published: 01/29/2018

Scott Freeman just published a book, Saving Tarboo Creek, detailing the work that he and his family have been doing to help restore a degraded salmon stream on the Olympic peninsula. The book...Read more

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