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Have idea? Need $100K? Innovation encouraged

Amazon Catalyst handout

Invention-minded students, faculty and staff at the University of Washington Bothell are invited to apply for $100,000 Amazon Catalyst grants to help get the innovation started. The money comes from Seattle’s online retailer Amazon in partnership with CoMotion, the UW innovation hub. Applications are taken quarterly and the next deadline is March 26.

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Health studies students intern with King County

Ilma Vikovic, Julianne Korn, MyKa’La Alexander

Three University of Washington Bothell health studies students recently completed their field work as interns with Seattle and King County Public Health on a program to promote fruits and vegetables in home child care meals instead of junk food and sugary drinks.

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Helping postdocs step up to teaching

Four women in STEP.

Becoming an instructor is a big step for postdocs thinking of themselves as future faculty. Many from University of Washington campuses and affiliated institutions are finding help with Science Teaching Experience for Postdocs.

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‘The blob’ of abnormal conditions boosted Western U.S. ozone levels

Lei Zhang

A University of Washington Bothell study shows that an unusually warm patch of water off the West Coast in late 2014 and 2015 nicknamed “the blob” also influenced air quality. Lead author is Dan Jaffe, a professor of atmospheric sciences. Photo: Lei Zhang, postdoctoral researcher at UW Bothell, checks equipment at the Mount Bachelor Observatory.   

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Student poster selected at math conference

Yiting Xu

A presentation of work from UW Bothell’s summer Mathematics Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) was selected as an outstanding poster at a major math conference. Another REU is being held this summer on campus, and there’s still time to apply.

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