Scientists announced the name of a new genus and species of frogfish, which are creatures found in most tropical and subtropical oceans around the world.
Crystals play a role in the formation of substances from teeth to soils; researchers have now shown how crystal formation is more complex than once thought.
The University of Washington has again been named to Princeton Review’s Green Rating Honor Roll, receiving the highest possible score for the 2014-15 school year.
Communities That Care is now being used in states across the nation and has been shown to reduce risk factors that lead to youth behavior problems.
@uwnews Infographics designed by @UWsoa prof Karen Cheng and students caught the attention of Seattle police - in a good way. http://t.co/iQb50KXarF
@uwnews A @UW workshop this week is exploring #BigData solutions for science. http://t.co/rZzQi4NASO @uwescience @uwcse @uwengineering
@uwnews .@UW researchers find new genus and species of 'odd-looking' frogfish. http://t.co/zdmR5co6Hn @burkemuseum @UW_SAFS http://t.co/iIV4bdHetw
@uwnews On @GeekWire's radio show: @vikramjandhyala, @UW's vice provost for innovation, and @UrbanUW director @ThaisaWay. http://t.co/tALTetVdMG
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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