University of Washington

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Physics - Mar 21
The University of Washington, the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and Microsoft Quantum announced this week that they have joined forces in a new coalition to bring about a revolution in quantum research and technology.
Earth Sciences - Mar 21
Earth Sciences

Off the coast of Washington, columns of bubbles rise from the seafloor, as if evidence of a sleeping dragon lying below.

Health - Mar 19

Sea-level rise associated with climate change is a concern for many island and coastal communities. While the dangers may seem far off for large coastal cities like Miami or New Orleans, the advancing oceans are already displacing some small indigenous communities, and many others are at risk around the world.

Life Sciences - Mar 12

Eight researchers at the University of Washington have been named Washington Research Foundation Postdoctoral Fellows, according to an announcement Feb. 28 by the Washington Research Foundation. This is the second year for the WRF's program supporting postdoctoral researchers.

Environment - Mar 11

Poor air quality is the largest environmental health risk in the United States. Fine particulate matter pollution is responsible for more than 100,000 deaths each year from heart attacks, strokes, lung cancer and other diseases.

Physics - Mar 5

The research board of CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, on March 5 approved a new experiment at the Large Hadron Collider in Geneva, the world's largest particle accelerator, to search for evidence of fundamental dark matter particles.

Chemistry - Mar 21

Researchers from the University of Washington and Microsoft have demonstrated the first fully automated system to store and retrieve data in manufactured DNA - a key step in moving the technology out of the research lab and into commercial data centers.

Health - Mar 13

Emergency room doctors often have only a few minutes to determine which patients are in need of a blood transfusion.

Environment - Mar 11

Across North America, coyotes are moving into urban environments, and regardless of how they feel about it, urban residents are having to get used to some new animal neighbors. A big question for wildlife researchers is how coyotes habituate to humans, which can potentially lead to conflict.

Computer Science - Mar 11
Computer Science

About 1 million adults in the United States need someone to help them eat, according to census data from 2010 .

Life Sciences - Mar 5
Life Sciences

Picture this scene: A father reads a storybook to his young daughter, the girl seated in his lap and apparently fascinated by the illustrations of a bunny.

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