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Chemistry researchers advance local company

Lori Robins and Jeff Williams

UW Bothell research chemists continue to help a small Woodinville company that expects to change the world of sanitizing and disinfecting. Chemistry students led by Associate Professor Lori Robins showed that Briotech's prion-destroying solution is stable over time.

 

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Microbial version of Tolstoy principle

colorful microbes

Research led by Jesse Zaneveld, an assistant professor of biological sciences at UW Bothell, found that the bacterial communities that live inside each of our guts react very differently from person to person under stress.  The researchers published a perspective piece in Nature Microbiology outlining the microbial version of the  Anna Karenina principle.

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Amazing skills in virtual reality summer camp

Noah Brown

Some of the same concepts in virtual reality (VR) that took a UW Bothell team to the national finals of Microsoft’s Imagine Cup were introduced to middle school students at Pacific Science Center summer camps taught by computer science and education majors.

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Belonging means believing in college

New students on campus tour

The three University of Washington campuses implemented a “social belonging” program with student orientation. Researchers have found that students who feel they belong on campus are more connected, more productive and more likely to graduate.

 

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Designing their own health studies experience

Victoria Breckwich Vasquez

The assignment that students created for themselves in BHLTH 498B Latinx Community Engagement and Assessment was to report on needed health services for UW Bothell students. The class was distinguished by how the research was developed, organized and implemented.

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