UW scientists helped to come up with a strategy to address warmer temperatures, increased wildfires and more flooding in the North Cascades.
Two computer science faculty members are starting a company to produce wireless, battery-free sensing devices.
Atmospheric carbon dioxide increases that helped end the last ice age more than 10,000 years ago came in three abrupt pulses, not gradually.
A program involving the UW School of Public Health is preparing to deploy software to better track disease outbreaks, including Ebola.
RT @UWMedicine: Genetics influences various reactions to #Ebola , from resistance to susceptibility. mouse study suggest. http://t.co/2A6RIL…
.@Nature study with UW's @EricSteig shows three abrupt pulses of CO2 during last deglaciation: http://t.co/VL6bAzaT4S http://t.co/oJMI5AY1R9
Fires and floods: #NorthCascades parks, forests release #climatechange strategy: http://t.co/N2EWwK61wr cc: @UW_CoEnv http://t.co/EORGnPV4so
.@UW's plans to become a hub for entrepreneurship, #innovation : http://t.co/DZ647hu19H. @GeekWire Q&A with @UWC4C director @VikramJandhyala.
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