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Student biology capstone projects zoom online

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Adapting to remote operations at the University of Washington Bothell, biology students presented their winter quarter capstone research projects through a video conference, and faculty were pleased with what they saw on their screens.

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Gravitational wave science finds a home in comics

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An educational comic about the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory has a character inspired by Joey Key, a member of the LIGO team and an assistant professor in the School of STEM.

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Mary Gates scholars: Queen and Broussard

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From the blast zone of a volcano to planets outside our solar system, Mary Gates scholarships are helping University of Washington Bothell students Katey Queen and Wynter Broussard expand their research.

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Zaneveld receives $940,000 NSF CAREER award

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Jesse Zaneveld, an assistant professor in the School of STEM’s Division of Biological Sciences, has received a National Science Foundation CAREER award worth more than $940,000 over five years to support his research in coral reef microbiology.

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A fellowship to help family back home

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Djelli Berisha, a sophomore majoring in Biology who wants to become a doctor, is the first UW Bothell student to receive a summer fellowship at the UW’s Institute for Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine.

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Researching crowdsensing in German smart city

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Over the next three summers, University of Washington Bothell students will be traveling to Germany to develop crowdsensing technology at the University of Bamberg, which conducts smart city research in the Bavarian city.

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One-lake wonders facing climate change

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The survival of Arctic grayling in Washington could be imperiled, says Jeff Jensen, a senior lecturer in biology, because warming temperatures affect the only stream in the state where the fish spawn.

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Grant puts child vision screening on wheels

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Bill Erdly, an associate professor in the School of STEM, has received a $125,000 grant to support his work in developing new technologies to detect and treat vision problems that inhibit a child’s ability to read and learn.

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Joey Key receives NSF CAREER award

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Joey Shapiro Key, an assistant professor in the School of STEM, has received a $400,000 National Science Foundation CAREER award to support her research, which introduces UW Bothell students to a new era of astronomy. 

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Exploring human health through biotechnology

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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.

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