February 23, 1999
The panel of six anthropologists and archaeologists that has been appointed to examine the 9,300-year-old remains of Kennewick Man, one of the oldest human skeleton’s found in North America, will meet with and answer questions from the news media and the public in separate sessions this week on the University of Washington campus.
February 18, 1999
Babies, the greatest learners on Earth, and how they crack the speech code are topic for faculty lecture Feb. 24
February 17, 1999
Does race affect outcome of criminal cases? Reports portraying juveniles differently lead to tougher sentencing recommendations for blacks
For three decades social scientists have been trying to figure out, with little success, how a person’s race affects the outcome of criminal cases.
February 16, 1999
Computer simulation reveals nano-switch that regulates cell-binding function of key protein in the body
Flipping a nano-scale molecular switch may regulate the cell-binding function of a protein involved in healing and other fundamental biological activities.
February 11, 1999
Astudy by University of Washington social demographers indicates all forms of violent death — homicide, accidental death and suicide — are linked to joblessness and its detrimental effects on the formation and stability of families.
February 5, 1999
New UW research center asks tough questions to help policy makers with decisions about health workforce issues
Researchers at the new WWAMI Center for Health Workforce Studies are looking at the availability, education, distribution, practice patterns and licensing of health professionals as well as many other factors that shape the region’s health workforce.
February 3, 1999
UWTV will broadcast Saturday’s scheduled launch of Stardust, a NASA mission to collect comet samples and return them to Earth.
Doctors at the Veterans Affairs Puget Sound Health Care System and the University of Washington School of Medicine have successfully used an innovative new technique to repair aortic aneurysm, a life threatening ballooning of the body?s main artery.
February 1, 1999
It’s a moment University of Washington astronomy professor Donald Brownlee has been awaiting for nearly two decades.
January 26, 1999
“Beyond Consumer Protection: Appropriate Public and Private Roles in Quality of Care” is the subject of the University of Washington’s 14th John R.« Previous Page Next Page »