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Mentoring new researcher, innovation

Mentors at University of Washington Bothell helped a promising high school student start work on an augmented reality therapy for amputees, a project that won him $90,000 in science fair scholarships. Afeef Sheikh is a senior at Redmond’s Tesla STEM High School looking forward to continuing his research in college.

September 8, 2016

Students paramount in e-learning

Some University of Washington Bothell students who work, have families or different learning styles need more flexibility in their schedules. The answer for many is e-learning courses. They combine class time with online instruction, typically in a 50-50 mix that improves access by meeting students where they are.

September 1, 2016

UW Bothell recognized for sustainability

The University of Washington Bothell has been named one of the 112 best workplaces in King County for waste prevention and recycling, thanks to some red wriggler worms among other things.

September 1, 2016

Data analysis links autism severity to genetics, ultrasound

Researchers found a link between exposure to first trimester diagnostic ultrasounds, genetics and increased autism severity. The study published today in “Autism Research” was conducted by Pierre Mourad, professor at UW Bothell and UW Medicine, along with researchers from UW Medicine and Seattle Children’s Research Institute.

September 1, 2016