UW Engage Science: Impact of Environment on Rice and Understanding Tau Proteins (livestream)

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UW Engage Science: Impact of Environment on Rice and Understanding Tau Proteins (livestream)
Yasmine Farhat and Ellie James

Town Hall and UW Engage Science present local graduate students discussing their cutting-edge research. Tune in for a look at the forefront of research in our region, and meet the students who are leading the latest wave of scientific discovery.
Rice is one of the most important global food crops and is critical to meet the …

UW Engage Science: Saturn’s Moon Eruptions, Repairing Muscle Instructions, Laser Cooling Nanomaterials (livestream)

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UW Engage Science: Saturn’s Moon Eruptions, Repairing Muscle Instructions, Laser Cooling Nanomaterials (livestream)
Lucas Fifer, Halli Benasutti, & Rachel Gariepy

Town Hall and UW Engage Science present local graduate students discussing their cutting-edge research. Tune in for a look at the forefront of research in our region, and meet the students who are leading the latest wave of scientific discovery.

Enceladus is a small, icy moon that orbits Saturn. Large eruptions of ice and gas are …

UW Engage Science: Magnetic Electron “Rulers,” Cascadia Subduction Zone Hazards, Signaling Molecules (livestream)

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UW Engage Science: Magnetic Electron “Rulers,” Cascadia Subduction Zone Hazards, Signaling Molecules (livestream)
Sarah Sweger, Emma Myers, & Tammi van Neel

Town Hall and UW Engage Science present local graduate students discussing their cutting-edge research. Tune in for a look at the forefront of research in our region, and meet the students who are leading the latest wave of scientific discovery.

Proteins are the engines that drive the living world. These small molecules dictate everything from a …

UW Engage Science: Exoplanet Atmospheres, Cannabis Equity, and Sockeye Salmon Behaviors (livestream)

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UW Engage Science: Exoplanet Atmospheres, Cannabis Equity, and Sockeye Salmon Behaviors (livestream)
Héctor Delgado Díaz, Michele Cadigan, Ashley R. Townes

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With the launch of the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) planned for fall 2021, we will …

UW Engage Science: Brain Surgery Lasers, Protein Movies, and Essential Jellyfish (livestream)

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UW Engage Science: Brain Surgery Lasers, Protein Movies, and Essential Jellyfish (livestream)
Kevin Bishop, Bri Gabel, and Gabriella Reggiano

Town Hall and UW Engage Science present local graduate students discussing their cutting-edge research. Tune in for a look at the forefront of research in our region, and meet the students who are leading the latest wave of scientific discovery.
Our brains are incredibly complex, but this makes them vulnerable to diseases like cancer. Part of …

UW Engage Science: Rip Currents and The Herpes Virus (livestream)

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Christine Baker and Hannah Lewis

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Coastal waters and beaches are vital to the economy, security, commerce, and recreation, and are home …

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Molecular Health, Medical Nanoparticles, Counting Chromosomes

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Forces are found throughout the human body from processes such as blood flow, digestion, or urination. …

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UW Engage Science (livestream)

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How We Learn, Parasites In The Sound, Tracking Thunderstorms

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A.J. Balatico contends that each person’s learning process is unique to that individual, and to the …

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UW Engage Science (livestream)

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HIV Antibodies, Microbubbles, Laser Light

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It’s been almost 40 years since HIV/AIDS was first reported, so why don’t we have a …

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UW Engage Science (livestream)

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Bark Beetles, Iron Bacteria, and DNA Thumb Drives

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Climate change is reshaping our forests by altering the typical patterns of natural disturbances, like fire …

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