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Researchers in full-body suits enter the yellow-lit clean room at UW Bothell Discovery Hall where air is filtered for dust-free work on tiny electrical-mechanical devices such as solar cells.
Pre-med biology majors in Michele Price’s Principles of Physiology and Anatomy course dissected shark and sheep brains to help learn the structure and function of the nervous system in the human body.
Data science students from UW Bothell helped the Real Change newspaper make sense of a reader survey to improve how homeless or low-income people can earn their own money.
A Biology major who wants to help intensive care patients, Alvin Duong works as a health scholar at Swedish Medical Center. “Every day I apply something I’ve learned in class.”
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.
Sonia Saravanan, a dual major in Computer Science and Finance, applied what she’s learned at the University of Washington Bothell — plus her entrepreneurial spirit —at an IT internship with United Parcel Service in Singapore.
The University of Washington Bothell has leveraged several student engineering and computer science capstone projects to advance innovative therapies for stroke patients.
In advance of fall quarter Sept. 26, the University of Washington Bothell welcomes faculty new to the campus community in the schools of Business, Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, and Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics.
The self-driving tricycle project at the University of Washington Bothell is rolling forward, giving students the opportunity to develop engineering and computing skills in the field of autonomous vehicles.