Research Programs and Events
Biotechnology is revolutionizing health care, and University of Washington Bothell researchers are advancing what we know. Five of them share their work at Campus Research Connections. Read more
Six faculty and staff members whose research includes monitoring local plants and wildlife or who work for sustainability share their knowledge with the public in a Campus Research Connection Oct. 18 in Discovery Hall. Read more
08/10/2019, In the newest Pacific Science Center summer camp developed by the University of Washington Bothell, elementary students learned about the science and culture of crows on the campus where thousands of them roost.
Carrie Tzou leads a discussion of the changing role of librarians in STEAM Education May 7 at the Edmonds Public Library as part of the Campus Research Connections series.
03/13/2019, Introducing UW Bothell students to cosmology since fall 2018, Rodriguez Hidalgo also will talk about “Quasars: supermassive black holes and galaxies far, far away” in a Pub Night Talk on March 26 at McMenamins in Bothell.
A UW Bothell “Brain Health” Campus Research Connection presented progress on stroke therapy, a possible treatment for multiple sclerosis and sports concussions.
Crow Watch 2018 drew hundreds of people to campus to admire art, browse research posters and hear presentations but mostly to see thousands of crows descend on their way to roost in the wetlands.
03/29/2018, A cybersecurity expert outlined the challenges of advancing technology and introduced research by four University of Washington Bothell faculty members to an audience of alumni and others at Chateau Ste. Michelle.
09/25/2017, BOTHELL, Washington -- University of Washington Bothell researchers who are in a unique position to monitor changes in the fast-growing Bothell area share their insights this fall in a series of free public presentations called Campus Research Connections. Read more.
UW Bothell Office of Research Research in Progress Seminars (2010-2017)
The Research in Progress series featured UW Bothell investigators presenting their research organized around cetnral themes. The series was structured in a seminar format and was open to the public.
View past schedules and abstracts.