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Connected Learning and Sponsored Research feature high-impact practice and research stories from UW Bothell.
Seed grant helped Assistant Professor Doug Wacker launch a study of the birds of Lake Forest Park and gave undergraduate researchers a chance to see how habitat and urbanization impact avian life.
Professor of Environmental Chemistry Dan Jaffe, who studies smoke and other air pollution, recently demonstrated to UW News how to make your own home air purifier.
With wildfire smoke making the air unhealthy, University of Washington Bothell Professor of Environmental Chemistry Dan Jaffe tells Q13 how to MacGyver an effective filter at home using a 20-inch box fan and an MERV 13 furnace filter.
Working through the pandemic summer of 2020, researchers led by University of Washington Bothell Teaching Professor Jeff Jensen found how Arctic grayling are surviving in one lake in the North Cascades.
Dong Si, an assistant professor in the School of STEM, led a team of computer science students in developing a program that could help develop a drug or vaccine against the coronavirus, The Herald of Everett reports.
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