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Poplar trees are best bet for biofuel in UW-led research project

Poplar trees are best bet for biofuel in UW-led research project

A five-year, $40 million study is laying the foundation for a Pacific Northwest industry that converts sustainably produced poplar feedstock into fuels and chemicals.

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Climate change may leave amphibians high and dry

Climate change may leave amphibians high and dry

A new model for snow-fed mountain wetlands projects that the extremely dry conditions seen this year could be commonplace by the 2070s, affecting mountain species.

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Grant will help Native American undergraduates

Grant will help Native American undergraduates

Two UW professors have been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation to bring six Native American undergraduates to their first scientific meeting.

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Rocket could provide ‘dusty plasma' measurements

Rocket could provide ‘dusty plasma' measurements

Researchers from the University of Washington are awaiting the launch an over 50-foot-long rocket from a launch site in Norway into the upper reaches of the atmosphere to observe and measure a puzzling phenomenon.

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Arts Roundup: Art breaks, ArtVentures – and 80 days of summer

School may be out for summer, but the arts on campus are heating up. Art Breaks and ArtVentures abound at the Henry Art Gallery, and the Jacob Lawrence Gallery is buzzing with the work of recent grads.

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On Guard

On Guard

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