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Hormone linked to brain changes, aggression

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University of Washington Bothell research into the hormone DHEA and aggression in songbirds indicates the hormone alters regions of the brain that regulate social behavior. That could have implications for people who take DHEA as a health supplement.

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How to make research relevant

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Some social science researchers are making their work more relevant by engaging their research subjects as equal associates – partners in knowledge and change. Call it community-based participatory research or collaborative research-practice partnerships.

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3rd Equity & Inclusion Conference Feb. 24

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The University of Washington Bothell is hosting its third annual Equity and Inclusion Conference on Feb. 24 in partnership with T-Mobile.

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Very clean room a rare gem

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Making and testing microelectronic devices in a clean room gives UW Bothell students experience with state-of-the-art equipment – an opportunity available only to Ph.D. students at most other universities. UW Bothell graduates with clean room training can compete for tech jobs against people with higher credentials.

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Tracy Caldwell, 35-year UW employee

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Tracy Caldwell, a campus safety dispatcher with University of Washington Bothell and Cascadia College and a 35-year UW employee, has died.

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