UW Today

This is an archived article.

January 2, 1997

So you made New Year’s resolutions: Now UW researchers want to know what they are and why people do or don’t keep them

University of Washington researchers are looking for a few good New Year’s resolutions. In fact, they want to know about the resolutions made by several thousand Puget Sound residents.

This is an archived article.

December 31, 1996

Infrared technology makes it possible to “see” breaking waves in open ocean as never before

News and Information

A new remote infrared imaging technique has given scientists a promising way to better understand breaking waves, according to a report in this week’s issue of Nature.

This is an archived article.

Infrared technology makes it possible to “see” breaking waves in open ocean as never before

News and Information

A new remote infrared imaging technique has given scientists a promising way to better understand breaking waves, according to a report in this week’s issue of Nature

This is an archived article.

Interpreting mammograms: Radiologists less accurate in detecting breast cancer when they know patient’s medical history

Knowing a patient’s medical history has a small but significant impact on radiologists’ interpretations of mammograms and recommendations for followup,a new study shows.

This is an archived article.

Tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. Jan. 16

A tribute in honor of slain civil rights leader Dr.

This is an archived article.

December 23, 1996

Engineers celebrate a topping out with a shake, rattle and roll

It was shakes and congratulations all round this week when the University of Washington Structures Laboratory celebrated the topping out of a four-year building project.

This is an archived article.

December 20, 1996

UW Medical Center selected to participate in national trial of new surgery for emphysema

In a new collaborative effort, the Health Care Financing Administration (administrator of Medicare) and the National Institutes of Health (through its National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute) will fund a clinical trial designed to determine the risks an d benefits of the operation, called lung volume reduction surgery (LVRS).

This is an archived article.

December 18, 1996

Promising research on gel to prevent most common STD

A University of Washington study may point the way to development of a contraceptive gel to prevent transmission of Chlamydia trachomatis, the most common cause of sexually transmitted disease.

This is an archived article.

December 17, 1996

Health Source: Medical News from the University of Washington

Medical News from the University of Washington

This is an archived article.

Health Source: Medical News from the University of Washington

Medical News from the University of Washington

« Previous Page Next Page »