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Investigating a medical mystery
At the UW Center for Innovations in Cancer & Transplant, Dr. Chris Blosser and team work to solve one of medicine’s vexing problems: when organ transplants lead to cancer.
El Niño shows us the true face of climate change
Researchers with the UW College of the Environment explain how El Niño might give us a glimpse of what’s to come if climate change is not curtailed.
A mission to mitigate methane
Former UW Vice Provost for Research Mary Lidstrom’s lab is working on a promising project to address global climate change by reducing methane emissions.
Forest recovery faster than expected
Research from the UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences shows promising recovery from severe fires west of the Cascades.
News & Events
Admitted students to the UW now have until June 1 to commit, a result of FAFSA delays
The University of Washington is extending the confirmation date for newly admitted first-year freshman undergraduate students from May 1 to June 1 for the 2024-25 academic year. June 1 is now the date when admitted students must confirm their acceptance and place a deposit to hold their spot in the fall 2024 entering class.
Foul fumes pose pollinator problems
A team led by researchers at the University of Washington has discovered a major cause for a drop in nighttime pollinator activity — and people are largely to blame.
The UW once again is a Fulbright top producer
Seven undergraduates or recent alumni and seven graduate-level students were selected this academic year, and three UW faculty were named Fulbright scholars.