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Seahawks and fans save best for last on the seismograph

Seahawks and fans save best for last on the seismograph

The UW seismologists couldn't have asked for a better football game to monitor fan-generated stadium shaking. And indeed, the Seahawks' improbable comeback victory in Sunday's NFC Championship Game showed the biggest vibrations ever recorded at CenturyLink Field.

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Project will identify, treat toddlers at risk for autism

Project will identify, treat toddlers at risk for autism

A new project aims to ensure that children with autism are identified and helped early enough to prevent problems later on. The five-year initiative is expected to result in earlier, autism-specialized treatment for families statewide.

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Scientists drilling first deep ice core at South Pole

Scientists drilling first deep ice core at South Pole

A UW researcher is chief scientist on a project to drill the first deep ice core at the South Pole to understand the climate history in that section of Antarctica.

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Boeing, UW open research lab on campus

Boeing, UW open research lab on campus

Boeing engineers and scientists have brought their projects to the University of Washington, opening a new research center on campus that will initially focus on advanced assembly and manufacturing technologies. Gov. Jay Inslee, center, attended the Monday opening of the Boeing Advanced Research Center.

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Arts Roundup: Music, drama, Dance Faculty Concert

Arts Roundup: Music, drama, Dance Faculty Concert

It's an exciting week in the arts as various units ramp up their winter events. For drama fans, there's the Undergraduate Theater Society's production of "Yellow Face" and the School of Drama's take on "Twelfth Night."

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Suzzallo Grandeur

Suzzallo Grandeur

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