Learning about lakes prompts public action


Students in a limnology course learning about inland waters partnered with King County and Lake Advocates to make changes in the world — despite having to do the work remotely.

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Building mental health resilience to stress


Kosuke Niitsu, an assistant professor in the School of Nursing & Health Studies, researches mental health resilience by surveying how UW Bothell students respond to virtual mindfulness exercises. 

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Reduce latrine odors, improve global sanitation


Research largely conducted by University of Washington Bothell undergraduates has determined that a disinfectant produced by a Woodinville company can neutralize latrine odors, a development that has the potential to improve sanitation for millions of people in developing parts of the world.

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Cancer survivors may control pain themselves


Assistant Professor Linda Eaton is researching whether cancer survivors could ease their pain without drugs by listening to hypnosis recordings that suggest visualizing the pain floating away.

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Local stream watchers add to salmon science


Jeff Jensen, a teaching professor in biology, revived a local salmon watchers program and found enthusiastic support from community members reporting fish returning to their spawning streams.

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