Artificial intelligence turned against COVID-19


A team led by Assistant Professor Dong Si is turning the power of artificial intelligence against the COVID-19 coronavirus with a new software tool that could help design vaccines and drugs.

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COVID-19 ethics and equity


Jamie Shirley, director of nursing in the School of Nursing & Health Studies, is an ethics consultant for UW Medical Center Northwest whose advice helps decide care in a COVID-19 crisis.

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Turning environmental angst into activism


In addition to teaching Eco-Grief and Climate Anxiety, Jennifer Atkinson is producing a podcast and creating a global network of educators to help students cope with feelings of environmental loss.

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Nurse leaders on the front lines of COVID-19


Nurses in the Master of Nursing program who had to rapidly respond to the coronavirus pandemic explained how it dramatically affected their education at the spring MN Symposium.

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UW Bothell engineers respond to COVID-19


Mechanical engineering graduates from the University of Washington Bothell are helping Ventec Life Systems meet the challenge of vastly multiplying production of ventilators, which support life for people in advanced respiratory distress from COVID-19.

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