A new study finds that only about 6 percent of closely related species in the Americas are likely to come into contact with each other by the end of this century.
A meeting on campus the week of July 7, “Molecular Life of Diatoms 2015” will bring together leading experts on diatoms—the type of drifting algae now causing a harmful algal bloom.
UW Interim President Ana Mari Cauce expresses, "thanks and appreciation to our elected officials for making investments in higher education."
On July 6, a team of astronomers proposed a new type of mission to crack some of the universe’s most intriguing mysteries and search for life on distant worlds.
@uwnews Group led by @UW astronomer @dalcantonJD proposes new deep-space telescope. http://t.co/En0BeNte2s @UWArtSci, @AURADC
@uwnews .@seattletimes: @UW disappointed by state granting only half the $40M requested for new computer science building. http://t.co/2s5TQPpUqP
@uwnews Risk of interbreeding due to #climatechange lower than expected, study finds. http://t.co/RvwlN5gQts @UW_CoEnv @MeadeKrosby @NatureClimate
@uwnews .@UW will host a meeting July 7-10 on #diatoms , the type of algae causing a harmful bloom off the West Coast.http://t.co/PFTemR2llv @UWOcean
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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