A new UW report shows a Washington family of four must spend 46 percent more on average to make ends meet today than 13 years ago.
A microbe from eastern cottonwood trees can boost the ability of willow and lawn grass to withstand the effects of a nasty industrial pollutant.
A scientist looking at human brain scans noticed a large fiber pathway that didn't show up in any of the modern textbooks.
The tool displays real-time acidification data for the open ocean and protected bays, helping to see changes in water chemistry.
A new @UW-made web tool provides real-time ocean chemistry data for the West Coast. http://t.co/bFxCSeM5ej @NOAA @NANOOS_PNW
Don't miss @UW's #TEDxRainier talk tomorrow at Seattle Center on The Known and the Unknown. http://t.co/KqE1FkA0VC @KCTS9 is livestreaming
The cost of meeting basic needs has outpaced wages in Washington state, a new @UWsocialwork study finds. http://t.co/UxOFwUcDis #livingwage
Jesse Jackson comes to @UW Dec. 2 for public talk on diversity in the tech industry. http://t.co/EGFfl053qc @RevJJackson
There’s dance at the UW World Series, Jazz Innovations from the School of Music, a symposium on implications of privacy around art and cultural institutions, and the Undergraduate Theater Society’s presentation of an Oscar Wilde classic.
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