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An example of a vortex ring, also called a toroidal bubble.This graphical representation shows the layers of the 2-D LED and how it emits light.UW graduate student Katherine Heal (far right) attaches a water collection bottle to an oceanographic instrument that will be lowered in water off WashingtonOne youngster works here with Kirsten Rowell in tide pools on the California Coast.Finland’s Hyytiälä Forest, where researchers collected field measurements.Iceberg from Jakobshavn Glacier floating in Disko Bay.Humpback whale breaching off the coast of Juneau, Alaska.

Solving a physics mystery

Those ‘solitons’ are really vortex rings

Thinnest-possible LEDs

UW scientists build stronger, more energy efficient LEDs

Vitamin water

Measuring essential nutrients in the ocean

Natural history decline

Scientists call for revitalization

Pine forest particles

They appear out of thin air and influence climate

Greenland's fastest glacier

Observations show new speed record

More Whales and ships in the Bering Strait

Recordings detect more species in the area

Fisheries act, up for reauthorization, subject of UW symposium

Words and line drawing of fish

The Magnuson-Stevens Act is the subject of this year's Bevan Series on Sustainable Fisheries. Read More…

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Uniform Grant Guidance (Omni-Circular)

The Office of Management and Budget released its grant reform regulations called the Uniform Grant Guidance (Omni-Circular). This guidance relates to administrative requirements, cost principles and audit requirements for federal awards.

The Omni Guidance Core Team was assembled to track and report on differences between past and new federal requirements including policy, procedure, and system changes. See the Uniform Grant Guidance webpage for timelines, and UW and federal/sponsor information.

Uniform Grant Guidance (Omni-Circular)

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