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Published: 07/19/2017

The Cabernard lab and collaborators recently published in Developmental Cell and found that cell and tissue morphogenesis depends on the correct regulation of non-muscle Myosin II, but how this motor protein...Read more

Published: 07/12/2017

Bill Hardin and the Paredez lab recently published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) found that unlike your human cells which pinch off using myosin, Giardia...Read more

Published: 08/11/2017

Starting Aug. 12, the public can watch fossil preparation of the University of Washington ...Read more

Published: 08/10/2017

Achievement gaps on exam scores between white students and students from historically underrepresented groups still frequently exist in introductory biology courses. This is true even when controlling for academic

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Published: 07/12/2017

‘The Models Are Too Conservative’: Paleontologist Peter Ward on What Past Mass Extinctions Can Teach Us About Climate Change Today

Full article by David Wallace-Wells

This week, to accompany...Read more

Published: 06/30/2017

A multi-year survey of the nutritional, physiological and reproductive health of endangered southern resident killer whales suggests that up to two-thirds of pregnancies failed in this population from 2007 to...Read more

Published: 06/29/2017

Floral curve test shows what’s great for a moth is not so good for a flower
3-D printed imaginary flowers reveal hidden pollinator-plant conflict over flower shape

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Published: 06/19/2017

You could call Wasser an animal detective, but he’s not the gun-toting, tough-talking, hard-boiled investigator that’s the stuff of Hollywood film noir. If anything, the bearded, 62-year-old biology professor with...Read more

Published: 06/09/2017

For hundreds of years, a species of flying squirrel was hiding right under (actually, above) our noses.

A new ...Read more

Published: 06/08/2017

A recent large-scale study using mathematical modeling regarding female academics in Japan yielded shocking results: Female STEM academics are 30-50% less likely to be promoted to the rank of full professor,...Read more

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