UW Today

February 20, 2013

Searchable by cell phone or GPS unit, interactive map for arboretum being created

Environmental and Forest Sciences

UW Botanic Gardens is digitizing 55 years of handwritten plant records and creating an interactive GIS map for the Washington Park Arboretum.

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UW researcher finds new scorpion species

News and Information

February 19, 2013

UW selects Jeffrey Riedinger as vice provost for global affairs

News and Information

Jeffrey Riedinger has been named vice provost for global affairs at the University of Washington

Mutant champions save imperiled species from almost-certain extinction

News and Information

Species facing widespread and rapid environmental changes can sometimes evolve quickly enough to dodge the extinction bullet. UW scientists consider the genetic underpinnings of such evolutionary rescue.

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Three faculty members named Sloan Research Fellows

News and Information

Three faculty members named Sloan Research Fellows

UW study: Some TV can ease kids’ aggression

News and Information

February 18, 2013

Mussels cramped by environmental factors

News and Information

The fibrous threads helping mussels stay anchored are more prone to snap when ocean temperatures climb higher than normal.

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February 15, 2013

Flu researcher whose findings met U.S. biosecurity review to speak at UW

UW Health Sciences/UW Medicine

The review generated public debate on publishing legitimate biological science findings that could pose a threat to public health or national security,

Firing range lead exposure reduced with UW workplace health expertise

Environmental & Occupational Health

UW’s Field Research and Consultation Group in Environmental and Occupational Health assess ventilation systems and airborne lead levels in firing ranges, and offer advice on lowering exposure.

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Arts Roundup: Art, drama, dance — and McCabe, Larionoff celebrate Beethoven

News and Information

In arts this week, the School of Drama opens “Pentecost,” Robin McCabe and Maria Larionoff kick off their Beethoven Project, and the dance company Black Grace visits campus.

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