At Friday Harbor Labs, students are conducting a three-week study on the effects of ocean acidification using a strategy that’s midway between a controlled lab test and an open-ocean experiment.
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The “Washington Wildflowers” app, out this week, includes information for more than 870 common wildflowers, shrubs and vines.
Dance, photography, cinema, theater and music will convey how the arts can make a difference in public health.
Built “ecologies,” resource integration subject of lecture April 4 || UW wins sixth consecutive regional cybersecurity competition || Autism center lecture series in Seattle, Tacoma
In partnership with Fisher Communications, UW Medicine Health will provide information on healthy living and on the latest treatments and medical breakthroughs
UW History Professor Jordanna Bailkin discusses her new book “The Afterlife of Empire.”
University of Washington students have been testing low-cost materials capable of harvesting water from fog.
On Match Day, students at medical schools across the nation find out where they will train as residents.
Felons who serve part of their prison sentence in the community may now have the right to publicly funded DNA testing.
UW Science Now kicks off at Town Hall tonight || Celebrating UW Women nominations due March 11 || Nominations sought for fourth annual Husky Green Awards || Grade-school students take on philosophy in panel discussion || Hall Health Center expands tobacco cessation program