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Combining Japanese culture and engineering

students visit windfarm

The Japan Early Fall 2017 study abroad program combines lessons about energy technology and regulations with the Japanese tea ceremony, flower arrangement and samurai culture. Students spend two weeks at UW Bothell and two weeks at Ehime University in Matsuyama, Japan.

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UW Bothell grows reputation in biotechnology

Daniel Schossow

Two electrical engineering students, Daniel Schossow and Manuja Sharma, were honored at a recent meeting of the Microwave Theory and Techniques Society. Both are students of Assistant Professor Hung Cao whose research group is building an international reputation in the field of wireless power transfer.

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Building a biodigester as a teaching tool

Chris Sohlberg, Zsolt Pasztor, Matt Dunaway

Farmer Frog, a nonprofit educational farm in Woodinville, has added a biodigester to its teaching tools thanks to a capstone project by two University of Washington Bothell mechanical engineering students. It's an easy-to-follow lesson in renewable energy.

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First grads in physics, GWSS, education BA

A graduate goes forth

Some of the first graduates in three new degrees at the University of Washington Bothell have something in common: perfect timing. Just as they realized their interests in physics, educational studies or gender, women and sexuality studies, those became majors.

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UW, UW Bothell scientists explain new discovery in gravitational wave astronomy

image of black holes

The announcement that a third collision of black holes has been detected three billion light years away validates the work of hundreds of scientists, including Joey Shapiro Key, assistant professor of physics at the University of Washington Bothell. The discovery was made using a detector located at Hanford in eastern Washington.

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