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Fossil evidence of ‘hibernation-like’ state in 250-million-year-old Antarctic animal
Study confirms link between influenza, heart complications
Mount Everest summit success rates double, death rate stays same over last
Novel breast cancer therapy candidate enters clinical study
ORNL, partners receive $115 million to establish Quantum Science Center
OU Receives $20 Million Grant to Lead Inaugural National Science Foundation Artificial Intelligence Institute
Princeton plays major role in new $115 million quantum science center
Extreme Chemistry of Nuclear Wastes
Terms in Seattle-area rental ads reinforce neighborhood segregation, study says
Oregon State, University of Washington receive another $5 million to advance nanotech innovation
Researchers to test monoclonal antibodies against COVID-19
Scientists create protein models to explore toxic methylmercury formation
CPR choices of dialysis patients suggest many lack context
Failure to ‘flatten curve’ may kill more people than we thought
Genome Hackers camp adapts to pandemic
New ‘molecular computers’ find right cells
Genome Hacker camp adapts to pandemic
NSF Physics Frontier Center for neutron star modeling to include UW-Madison
February lockdown in China caused a drop in some types of air pollution, but not others
Seafood could account for 25% of animal protein needed to meet projected increases in demand
If sustainably managed, wild fisheries and mariculture could help meet rising demand for food in long term
People with diabetes, depression improve with TLC
New center to focus on physics of ultra-dense neutron stars
New pediatric sleep disorder defined
Tiny endangered shrimp may get big hand from environmental DNA testing
New NSF Physics Frontier Center Will Focus on Neutron Star Modeling in ‘Gravitational Wave Era’
Screenings for cardiac dysfunction among childhood cancer survivors can be more precisely tailored
UW team developing model to help lower COVID-19 infections
Talented 12: Chemical & Engineering News announces its 2020 rising stars in chemistry
Systemic racism has consequences for all life in cities
Air Methods, Airlift Northwest continue relationship
Air Methods, Airlift Northwest continue partnership
Tropical fisheries projected to decline 40 per cent by 2050s
More carbon in oceans can lead to smaller fish
Researchers collaborate on new national quantum centers
Test accurately IDs people whose gonorrhea can be cured with simple oral antibiotic
Immune response markers might predict COVID-19 outcomes
Two new studies explore how pollution affects brain
HIV vaccine design strategy holds promise for COVID
Research: More Carbon in Ocean Can Lead to Smaller Fish
COVID-19: Lower Incidence at High Altitudes?
When does life end? World Brain Death Project seeks clarity, consensus
Anesthesiologists on Front Lines of Treating Surgical COVID-19 Patients 4 August
New studies show how to save parasites and why it’s important
Deep-sea anglerfishes have evolved a new type of immune system
Immune functions traded in for reproductive success
Study IDs women who benefit less from 3D mammograms
UW Medical Center’s care again is ranked No. 1 in state