Big concepts lie at the heart of “The Shape of the New: Four Big Ideas and How they Changed the World,” by Scott L. Montgomery and Daniel Chirot.
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."
UW researchers have produced cell-to-cell communication in baker’s yeast — a first step in learning to build multicellular organisms or artificial organs from scratch.
@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
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@uwnews .@SeattleTimes: @UW nursing prof Kathryn Barnard, who died last weekend, was a 'pioneer for babies.' http://t.co/KHzz5MN1cV
@uwnews .@Q13Fox: Emmett Oliver, 101, former head of Indian Studies @UW, is part of a national photographic history project. http://t.co/yeaolY84sq
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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