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Changing oceans, innovative solutions
Driven by rising carbon dioxide emissions, ocean acidification is already affecting our food web — from salmon to shellfish and beyond. UW researchers are helping business and community partners find solutions to a growing problem.
UW graduate student Yasmine Farhat is part of a team working to understand how rice — Cambodia’s most important crop — will be affected by hydropower dams along the Mekong River.
Interacting with nature has been shown to improve mental health. A team led by the UW and Stanford University will help city planners create urban environments that benefit the people who live there.
UW researchers have created technology that allows people to send and receive information over the internet — using only their minds.
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Research vessel embarks on year-long drift across Arctic Ocean
Two UW ice researchers are among scientists from 17 nations who will study climate change from a unique floating research platform.
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UW is a ‘Great College to Work For,’ according to new survey
The University of Washington was specifically recognized in four categories: job satisfaction; work/life balance; tenure clarity and process; and teaching environment.