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The “Boys in the Boat” UW rowing team beat the odds to win Olympic gold in 1936 — setting a legacy in motion.
MAPPING THE FUTURE OF CLIMATE CHANGE
With the UW Climate Impacts Group’s new interactive tool, we can see how climate change is projected to affect any Washington county — up to the year 2100.
To improve quality of life for people with below-the-knee amputation, Bioengineering Professor Joan Sanders and team are creating a new type of prosthetic leg: one that adjusts its fit automatically.
SECRETS OF THE STARS
How UW astronomers, the world’s largest telescope and a revolutionary survey of space will upend what we thought we knew about the universe.
News & Events
From Botswana to Taiwan, a dozen UW students receive Fulbright exchange awards
Twelve UW students and recent alumni were awarded Fulbright U.S. Student Program scholarships this year, joining about 2,000 students and recent graduates from around the country to study and teach abroad.
Why quantum matters
Scientists and engineers across the UW are pursuing quantum research projects spanning from creating materials with never-before-seen physical properties to studying the “quantum bits” that make quantum computing possible.
Peace Corps names UW a top volunteer producer
The Peace Corps announced that the University of Washington is No. 3 on a list of top volunteer-producing institutions over the past two decades. Separately, the UW was recognized this year by Forbes as one of the top employers for new graduates.