February 4, 2013
News Digest: Testing school-student computerized lessons, ‘Gun Violence: A Public-Health Crisis’ forum tonight
Grade school, junior high students sought for study of computerized lessons || Public Health co-hosts “Gun Violence: A Public-Health Crisis” tonightCollege of Education, School of Public Health
February 1, 2013
Turning necessity into success
School of Dentistry launches Center for Global Oral Health
The new center will promote collaborations in dental research and education, including faculty and student exchanges, with partners around the world.
January 31, 2013
Arts Roundup: Music, theater, art, lectures — and ‘Short Takes on Plastics’
The drama “Burn This” continues, the School of Art has multiple events and the Kirkland Choral Society stops by for a visit.Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture, Henry Art Gallery, School of Music, Undergraduate Theater Society
Cyclone did not cause 2012 record low for Arctic sea ice
A huge Arctic cyclone in August was not responsible for the historic minimum seen soon after in Arctic sea-ice extent.APL, Arctic sea ice, Axel Schweiger, climate change, Jinlun Zhang
January 29, 2013
More sex for married couples with traditional divisions of housework
Married couples who divide chores in traditional ways have more sex than couples who share so-called men’s and women’s work.
News Digest: Explore global food law Feb. 8, Honor: Nina Isoherranen
Explore global food law at Feb. 8 UW conference || Nina Isoherranen honored for early-career achievementJackson School for International Studies, School of Law, School of Pharmacy
Pioneer of human values in technology design to give University Faculty Lecture
Information School professor Batya Friedman will give the University Faculty Lecture at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 7 in Room 130 of Kane Hall.University of Washington Information School
University District Livability Partnership to unveil Commercial Revitalization Plan Jan. 31
The public is invited to participate in the unveiling of the University District Livability Partnership’s Commercial Revitalization Plan Thursday, Jan. 31.
Beer’s bitter compounds could help brew new medicines
A UW researcher has determined the precise configuration of substances derived from hops that give beer its distinctive flavor, a finding that could lead to important new pharmaceuticals.beer, chemistry, pharmaceuticals
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