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Tiny plastics, big problems
凯时棋牌appMicroplastics are everywhere — from oceans to mountaintops. To learn more about the pollution they cause and its impact on sea life, biology doctoral student Lyda Harris turned to mussels.
A paradigm shift in cancer treatment
What if each patient’s cancer had a unique genetic fingerprint that doctors could use to develop faster, more effective treatments? Dr. Pamela Becker and other researchers are searching for the answer — and it could be a game-changer.
Innovation for healthier waters
凯时棋牌appAs a graduate student in civil and environmental engineering, Maxwell Armenta worked with UW engineers to develop a wastewater treatment system to keep Puget Sound healthy — and reduce costs.
UW ON FRONT LINES OF
凯时棋牌appFaster testing, vaccine research, comprehensive patient care, combating misinformation — health professionals and researchers across the UW are working to slow COVID-19.
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UW graduate and professional disciplines ranked highly by US News & World Report
The UW’s graduate and professional degree programs were widely recognized as among the best in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2021 Best Graduate School rankings.
Spring quarter classes to be held remotely
凯时棋牌appAs country-wide social distancing requirements continue to increase and evolve daily, spring quarter will begin as scheduled on March 30, with remote instruction that will continue through the end of the quarter.
Staying connected — at a distance
凯时棋牌appIt’s important to maintain human connection, even during a time of social distancing, UW psychology researchers say.