The University of Washington, commonly referred to as simply Washington, UW, or informally U-Dub, is a public flagship research university based in Seattle, Washington, United States. Founded in 1861, Washington is one of the oldest universities on the West Coast.

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  • In Stockholm ceremony, UW professor emeritus David Thouless receives Nobel Physics Prize

    University of Washington professor emeritus David Thouless received his Nobel Prize in Physics on Dec. 10. Thouless shares the prize with professors J. Michael Kosterlitz of Brown University and F. Duncan M. Haldane of Princeton University. Read more: http://www.washington.edu/news/2016/12/14/in-stockholm-ceremony-uw-professor-emeritus-david-thouless-receives-nobel-physics-prize/

  • Songbirds divorce, flee, fail to reproduce due to suburban sprawl

    Suburban development is causing some songbirds to divorce and leave their nests, causing a lapse in reproduction, according to a new University of Washington study. Read more: http://www.washington.edu/news/2017/01/03/songbirds-divorce-flee-fail-to-reproduce-due-to-suburban-sprawl/

  • Retreating mountain glaciers are 'categorical evidence' of climate change

    A University of Washington study addresses controversies over the cause of mountain glacier retreat, and finds that for most glaciers the observed retreat is more than 99 percent likely due to climate change. Read more: http://www.washington.edu/news/2016/12/12/mountain-glaciers-are-showing-some-of-the-strongest-responses-to-climate-change/

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  • #BestofUW 2016

    We salute the #BestofUW moments from 2016! Whatever your connection to the UW, you were a part of what made this year so special. We can all be proud to call ourselves Huskies, as this video demonstrates by a providing a snapshot of the UW’s extraordinary accomplishments and the extraordinary people behind them. What were your best Husky moments in 2016? Music by Ryan Whittier Be Boundless —For...

  • Underwater volcano’s eruption captured in exquisite detail by seafloor observatory

    A new University of Washington study shows how an underwater volcano behaved during its spring 2015 eruption, revealing new clues about the behavior of volcanoes where two ocean plates are moving apart. Read more: http://www.washington.edu/news/2016/12/15/underwater-volcanos-eruption-captured-in-exquisite-detail-by-seafloor-observatory/

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  • New study finds mammals during age of dinosaurs packed a powerful bite

    Move over, hyenas and saber-toothed cats; there’s a mammal with an even stronger bite. A new study by paleontologists at the Burke Museum of Natural History & Culture and the University of Washington describes an early marsupial relative called Didelphodon vorax that lived alongside dinosaurs and had, pound-for-pound, the strongest bite force of any mammal ever recorded. Read more: http://www.was...

  • Fossilized evidence of a tumor in a 255-million-year-old mammal forerunner

    University of Washington & Burke Museum paleontologists discovered a tumor within the fossilized jaw of a gorgonopsian — a distant relative of mammals. The benign tumor — called a compound odontoma — is made up of tiny tooth-like structures clustered near fully-developed teeth. This type of tumor is common to mammals today, including humans. But this creature lived 255 million years ago — befo...

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  • Apply now for the Husky 100

    We’re looking for the students who embody what it means to be a Husky. Juniors, seniors and graduate students from all three campuses can apply now to be one of the Husky 100. Applications are due January 23, 2017. Visit uw.edu/husky100 to learn more.

  • The Husky student experience changes lives

    The Husky student experience changes lives - just ask Mariama, Stephen and Austin about how it's changed theirs. Hear their stories - and how philanthropy made their educational experiences, and the experience of countless other UW students, possible. Learn more at http://uw.edu/boundless

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  • Acorn worms — our closest invertebrate relative — can regrow whole body parts

    What if humans could regrow an amputated arm or leg, or completely restore nervous system function after a spinal cord injury? A new study of one of our closest invertebrate relatives, the acorn worm, reveals that this feat might one day be possible. Acorn worms burrow in the sand around coral reefs, but their ancestral relationship to chordates means they have a genetic makeup and body plan surp...

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  • New grasses neutralize toxic pollution from bombs, explosives and munitions

    University of Washington engineers have developed the first transgenic grass species that can take up and destroy RDX — a toxic compound that has been widely used in explosives since World War II and contaminates military bases, battlegrounds and some drinking water wells. Read more: http://www.washington.edu/news/2016/11/22/new-grasses-neutralize-toxic-pollution-from-bombs-explosives-and-munitio...

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  • Large forest die-offs can have effects that ricochet to distant ecosystems

    Major forest die-offs due to drought, heat and beetle infestations or deforestation could have consequences far beyond the local landscape. Wiping out an entire forest can have significant effects on global climate patterns and alter vegetation on the other side of the world, according to a study led by the University of Washington and published Nov. 16 in PLOS ONE. Read more: http://www.washing...

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  • Mislabeled seafood may be more sustainable, new study finds

    A University of Washington study is the first to broadly examine the ecological and financial impacts of seafood mislabeling. The paper, published online Nov. 2 in Conservation Letters, finds that in most cases, mislabeling actually leads people to eat more sustainably, because the substituted fish is often more plentiful and of a better conservation status than the fish on the label. More info: h...

  • Expanding the UW's research impact - everywhere

    Research and scholarship at the University of Washington is changing lives and the world. From understanding our planet, to advancing social equity, to innovations that lead to healthier lives, the UW's faculty, students and staff are creating a brighter future for Washington and the world. Learn more at http://uw.edu/boundless

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  • UW Population Health Initiative receives transformative gift from Gates Foundation

    The University of Washington’s Population Health Initiative has received a transformative gift from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, advancing our efforts to improve human health and well-being. This $210 million gift will catalyze our work to enhance human health, environmental resiliency, and social & economic equity here in Washington and around the world. Learn more: http://uw.edu/populati...

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  • Making college a reality — Be a World of Good

    Through the Dream Project, University of Washington undergraduates work to advance college access and retention for first-generation and poverty-impacted students in high schools and middle schools throughout King County, Washington. Watch Aisha Ali, a graduate of Kent-Meridian High School and freshman at UW Tacoma, describe what being a Dream Project mentee means to her and her family.

  • Heal, feel and move again – Dare to Do

    The diagnosis was hemimegalencephaly, a rare condition in which one half of the brain develops abnormally larger than the other. The seizures, a symptom of the condition, lasted minutes, consuming Jayna’s entire being. Medication didn’t work. The only answer, at 28 days old, was a hemispherectomy — performed on the youngest patient in the world at the time — by Seattle Children’s neurosurgeon and ...

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  • Why do some STEM fields have fewer women than others? UW study may have the answer

    Women now earn about 37 percent of undergraduate STEM degrees in the United States, but their representation varies widely across those fields. A new University of Washington study compares these gender disparities across six major STEM fields. Researchers identified three main factors driving the disproportion. The most powerful factor, they concluded, is a “masculine culture” that makes many ...

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  • New study: Morel mushrooms pop up, cluster together after wildfires

    Avid mushroom hunters have known for years that fire is essential for finding morels. But that ecological knowledge is mostly anecdotal — until now. New research out of the University of Washington and the University of Montana analyzes the patterns of morel mushroom growth following a wildfire. Researchers drew data from a meticulously mapped 60-acre section of forest in Yosemite National Par...

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  • Be there Oct. 21 for #TogetherUW!

    Join us on October 21 at Alaska Airlines Arena at Hec Edmundson Pavilion for this spectacular multimedia experience that celebrates the UW’s storied past and promising future through light, sound and story. Help launch our most expansive philanthropic campaign in the University of Washington's history. See you there! Learn more and register for free at uw.edu/together. #TogetherUW

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  • How natural selection acted on one penguin species over the past quarter century

    University of Washington biologist Dee Boersma and her colleagues combed through 28 years’ worth of data on Magellanic penguins to search for signs that natural selection — one of the main drivers of evolution — may be acting on certain penguin traits. Read more: http://www.washington.edu/news/2016/09/23/how-natural-selection-acted-on-one-penguin-species-over-the-past-quarter-century/

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  • Celebrate with UW at Together

    Help launch the most expansive philanthropic campaign in the University of Washington's history to transform the lives of students and all of the people we serve. Join us on October 21 at Alaska Airlines Arena at Hec Edmundson Pavilion for this spectacular multimedia experience that celebrates the UW’s storied past and promising future through light, sound and story. Learn more and register for...

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  • All polar bears across the Arctic face shorter sea ice season

    A new University of Washington study, with funding and satellite data from NASA, finds a trend toward earlier sea ice melt in the spring and later ice growth in the fall across all 19 polar bear populations, which can negatively impact the feeding and breeding capabilities of the bears. Read more: http://www.washington.edu/news/2016/09/14/all-polar-bears-across-the-arctic-face-shorter-sea-ice-seas...

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