During a decade of bird counts and research, the UW's John Marzluff found an unsurpassed variety of birds in a surprising place: Suburbia.
New research suggests that considering differences among a variety of cultures can have an impact on how well science and scientific concepts are communicated to the public.
Better integration of citizen science into professional science is a growing consideration at the UW and elsewhere.
Psychological studies of children who began life in Romanian orphanages shows links to physical changes in brain structure.
.@UW President Michael K. Young touts innovation, public commitment in #UWAnnualAddress : http://t.co/FqtdUe1FG3
.@SustainableUW Festival next week, incl. summit Oct. 22 with @UWAthletics: http://t.co/YsdjaIgMst #sustainableUW http://t.co/4cBIbu17RV
On our blog: John Marzluff (@subirdia) discusses his book "Welcome to #Subirdia " at @AeonMag: http://t.co/y1dIz9nne8 http://t.co/ob1On1XWgH
Science communication should consider culture -- a @UWCollegeOfEd, @NorthwesternU and @Native_Chicago #scicomm study: http://t.co/ap4as9ShzH
The Jacob Lawrence Gallery opens its first exhibit of the year, “Industry,” and the School of Drama opens the year’s first production “Cold Empty Terrible.”
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