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Dracophyllum on Campbell Island, New ZealandNeil King and graduate student Yu-Ru Lin observe bacterial colony growth.Family walking on the beach.Greenland ice canyon filled with melt water.An implanted graft of cardiac cells derived from human stem cells meshed with primatesBackpacker collecting samples from a small alpine pond.Aerial photo of March 31 slide.Image of the Sun used to simulate what the sun-like star in a self-lensing binary star system might look like.Pacific sea gooseberry.

Warmer Winter Bad for Shrubs

Shrub growth decreases as winter temps warm up

High-Tech Entrepreneurs

$31M gift will fund early stage UW research

Video Stories Build Bonds

Video stories, other bonding exercises could help foster families connect

Greenland Melting

Greenland melting due equally to global warming, natural variations

Regenerate Heart Muscle

Stem cell therapy regenerates heart muscle in primates

Frogs Left Homeless by Global Warming

Amphibians in a vise: Climate change robs frogs, salamanders of refuge

Aerial Surveys of Oso Landslide

UW researchers, radar company conduct aerial surveys of Oso site

Studying Binary Star Systems

'Upside-down planet' reveals new method for studying binary star systems

Animal-Ancestor Breakthrough

Marine apprenticeships give UW undergrads role in animal-ancestor breakthrough

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.

Update from the Web World of the Office of Research

Updated Stats and Rankings page. New web layout provides access to the charts and graphs that are most frequently requested, and the new Monthly Research Award Summary (access to new reports by the 25th of each month).

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