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Century of discoveries: Interconnected tale of UW’s most innovative research epiphanies

The storied history of scientific discovery at UW began over a century ago, cutting edge breakthroughs are still being made today

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As flu season approaches, UHS holds multitude of vaccine clinics

How, where to get free flu shot

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The Lab Report: Engineered bacteria convert waste product to biodegradable plastic

Majumder lab studies how microbes can be used to address environmental issues, break down waste materials

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UW affiliates create Navajo words, hope to spark science communication

Dictionary will allow native speakers to understand biology terms and participate in scientific conversations, UW graduate student says

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Michelle Nijhuis discusses conservation, its history for UW’s Science Writer in Residence program

People's ability to rapidly change their lifestyle within few weeks due to COVID-19 brings optimism for conservationists, Nijhuis says

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Language revitalization efforts for Ojibwe continue despite COVID-19 challenges

Language revitalization efforts are important to conserve Indigenous thought and community, UW professor says

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Environmental justice approaches paramount in combatting climate change, panel says

Environmental justice, climate change and indigenous soverignity intertwine, panelists say

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UW pharmacy school offers new master’s program in psychoactive pharmaceuticals

Psychoactive Pharmaceutical Investigation program is a cutting-edge, first-of-its-kind program, beginning fall 2021

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The Lab Report: Two UW labs in hot pursuit of tracking, surveilling COVID-19 variants

$1.75 billion to go to tracking COVID-19 variants through viral sequencing-based surveillance

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