September 29, 1997
International conference on textual studies to be held Oct. 29-Nov. 1
More than 40 scholars from around the world will come to the University of Washington Oct. 29 to Nov. 1 to participate in the Inaugural Conference in Textual Studies.
September 24, 1997
International meeting to highlight latest developments in liver transplantation
Medical experts from around the world will gather Oct. 15 to 17 in Seattle for a review of state-of-the-art developments in liver transplantation at the Fourth Congress of the International Liver Transplantation Society.
Diver-held sonar helps divers locate objects when visibility is zero
Engineers at the University of Washington’s Applied Physics Laboratory have developed a diver-held sonar with better resolution than any other hand-held sonar used today by the military or civilian sectors.
Fall Fling Welcomes Students to UW Campus
The eighth annual Fall Fling is expected to draw several thousand new and returning University of Washington students on Friday, Sept. 26.
University of Washington Tacoma building to be topped off by Seattle artist Buster Simpson
Widely respected artist, environmental- and urban-activist Buster Simpson will install a new work of public art in time for the dedication of the University of Washington’s Tacoma campus Sept. 26.
September 23, 1997
Public workshops to help U.S. Department of Energy improve information access
To address the enormous task of declassifying Hanford documents and to improve public access to information, the U.S. Department of Energy is turning to the public for assistance.
Grand opening celebration for UW, Tacoma, set for Sept. 26 and 27
A weekend of events Sept.
September 22, 1997
Will your child become an overweight adult? Step on the scale
A child’s chance of obesity in adulthood is greatly increased if he or she has at least one obese parent.
September 19, 1997
Ships depart to launch Ice Station SHEBA in the Arctic Ocean
Two icebreaking ships are expected to depart Tuktoyaktuk, Canada, this weekend to establish Ice Station SHEBA in the Arctic Ocean, launching the largest and most complex science experiment ever supported in the Arctic by the National Science Foundation.
September 18, 1997
Oldest existing New World mound complex identified
The earliest existing mound complex built by humans in the new world has been identified in Louisiana by a team of archaeologists and researchers from around the United States including Jim Feathers, a University of Washington research assistant professor of archaeology.« Previous Page Next Page »