A new comprehensive, global tool considers social factors in addition to the usual biological measures when gauging a fishery’s health.
Determining possible drug therapies or clinical trials for an advanced cancer patient, based on a genetic profile, can take weeks. Now, with Watson, it takes only minutes.
The Trace app turns a digital sketch that you draw on your smartphone screen — heart, maple leaf, raindrop — into a walking route that you can send to a friend.
Researchers at Friday Harbor Laboratories are looking at how the biomechanics of Northern clingfish could be helpful in designing devices and instruments to be used in surgery and even to tag and track whales in the ocean.
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Highlights include the School of Drama’s production of “Bus Stop” and the Improvised Music Project Festival (IMPFest) over the weekend at the Ethnic Cultural Center.
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