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Surprised by science

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Health Studies student Ayomikun Akinrinade worked at a UW research facility studying sea urchins. His research has the potential to change the design of medical instruments. Read the story in UW Bothell news.

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First REU in physics a rousing success

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This summer, students from UW Bothell and around the country participated in the first year of UW Bothell’s Research Experience for Undergraduates in physics, gaining invaluable perspective on careers paths in the process. Read the story in UW Bothell news.

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Daniel Jaffe, elected to the Washington State Academy of Sciences for 2021

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Of the 20 scientists and engineers at the University of Washington elected to the Washington State Academy of Sciences for 2021, Professor of Environmental Chemistry and Chair of the Division of Physical Sciences Dr. Daniel Jaffe is elected from UW Bothell. Thirty-eight new members from Washington were chosen for “their outstanding record of scientific and technical achievement, and their willingness to work on behalf of the Academy to bring the best available science to bear on issues within the state of Washington.” Read in UW news about all twenty elected from UW.

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A DARPA Sarcasm Detector Is Good

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What if an AI system existed that could accurately detect sarcasm? Gizmodo article, A DARPA Sarcasm Detector is Good, calls out the potential value to the autism community. CSS Teaching Professor Annuska Zolyomi's recent research on autism-related discourse on Twitter is quoted. Read the article on Gizmodo! 

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Research, rockets and recognition

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Students from the University of Washington Bothell didn’t let a global pandemic stop them from conducting research. Despite COVID-19, students were able to present their work at this year’s virtual Undergraduate Research Symposium. Read the story in UW Bothell news.

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