2008 Media Archive

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Dec. 29, 2008 | EE Times

DARPA chief reviews legacy (Ed Lazowska, CSE)

Dec. 26, 2008 | The Seattle Times

Bring NASA space shuttle to Seattle's Museum of Flight (Bonnie Dunbar (alum), AA)

Dec. 26, 2008 | CNN.com

New displays show visionary potential (Babak Parviz, EE)

Dec. 21, 2008 | The Olympian

Budget plan has money for South Sound projects (COE)

Dec. 19, 2008 | The New York Times (IDG News Service wire story)

NSA patents a way to spot network snoops (Tadayoshi Kohno, CSE)

Dec. 17, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Airbus tests fuel-saving winglets (Louis Gratzer (alum), AA)

Dec. 16, 2008 | US News & World Report (via Entrepreneur.com)

A leash on your laptop (Tadayoshi Kohno, CSE)

Dec. 9, 2008 | Beta News

Zoetrope promises a view of the Web over time (Dan Weld and Eytan Adar, CSE)

Dec. 9, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer (blog)

Amazon hopes to cash in on research market (Ed Lazowska, CSE)

Dec. 8, 2008 | Slashdot

Adobe Building Zoetrope, a Web "Time Machine" (Dan Weld and Eytan Adar, CSE)

Dec. 8, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Amazon hopes to cash in on research market (Ed Lazowska, CSE)

Dec. 6, 2008 | TechRadar

Mining internet history unearths hidden gems (Dan Weld and Eytan Adar, CSE)

Dec. 5, 2008 | Technology Review

Back-Button to the Future (Dan Weld and Eytan Adar, CSE)

Dec. 5, 2008 | Gizmodo

Adobe Builds Web Time Machine Called Zoetrope (Dan Weld and Eytan Adar, CSE)

Dec. 5, 2008 | Air Force News

3 officers get spots on space shuttle missions (Lt. Col. James P. Dutton Jr., AA alum)

Dec. 3, 2008 | The Oregonian

Overcoming technology barriers (Richard Ladner, CSE)

Dec. 3, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Professor's work erases technological barriers (Richard Ladner, CSE)

Dec. 2, 2008 | The Seattle Times

Researchers work on developing sign language for cellphones (Richard Ladner, CSE)

Dec. 2, 2008 | Laser Focus World

New indirect-light method reliably controls tiny nanomachines (Michael Hochberg, EE)

December 2008 | Entrepreneur Magazine

A Leash on Your Laptop (Yoshi Kohno, CSE)

Dec. 1, 2008 | p2p Net

Secret questions as an answer (Michael Toomim, CSE)

Dec. 1, 2008 | The Register (UK)

Biz travelers howl over US gov RFIDs (Yoshi Kohno, CSE)

Nov. 29, 2008 | Slashdot

An Optimized GUI Based On Users' Abilities (Dan Weld, CSE)

Nov. 26, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

UW scientists part of breakthrough in optical nanotechnology (Michael Hochberg, EE)

Nov. 26, 2008 | Scientific American

Nanomachines Powered by Light (Michael Hochberg, EE)

Nov. 26, 2008 | The Daily (UW)

Women can be computer scientists, too (Yoky Matsuoka, CSE)

Nov. 26, 2008 | The Daily (UW)

UW engineering students help local businesses save energy (Alex Mamishev, EE)

Nov. 26, 2008 | The Chronicle of Higher Education (blog)

Web Service Uses Security Questions to Protect Information on Facebook (Michael Toomim, CSE)

Nov. 26, 2008 | New Haven Register

Chemicals causing fragrance can be dangerous (Anne Steinemann, CEE)

Nov. 26, 2008 | ABC News

Centerpiece of High End Computing: Cell Phones (James Landay, CSE)

Nov. 25, 2008 | KING5

UW students develop new online social networking technology (Michael Toomim, CSE)

Nov. 25, 2008 | TMC Net

New App Helps with Online Photo Privacy (Michael Toomim, CSE)

Nov. 25, 2008 | MSNBC (via KING5)

UW students develop new online social networking technology (Michael Toomim, CSE)

Nov. 24, 2008 | UPI

Cell phone may help keep pounds off (James Landay, CSE)

Nov. 23, 2008 | The Chicago Tribune

Tree possibilities (Anne Steinemann, CEE)

Nov. 21, 2008 | The Seattle Times

Washington State Academy of Sciences launched (Ed Lazowska, CSE)

Nov. 21, 2008 | The New York Times (via ReadWriteWeb)

Zoetrope: New Web Crawler Allows For Searching, Analyzing The Ever-Changing Web (Eytan Adar and Dan Weld, CSE)

Nov. 21, 2008 | Tree Hugger

UbiGreen: Not Just Another Carbon Footprint Phone App (Honest!) (James Landay, CSE)

Nov. 21, 2008 | Chronicle of Higher Education

With Cellphones, Saving the Planet One Step at a Time (James Landay, CSE)

Nov. 20, 2008 | The Sydney Morning Herald

Gotcha … nature unmasked (Babak Parviz, EE)

Nov. 19, 2008 | KING5

Use your cell phone to lose weight (James Landay, CSE)

Nov. 19, 2008 | LocalHealthGuide Seattle

Can your cellphone be your personal trainer? (James Landay, CSE)

Nov. 18, 2008 | The Register (UK)

Adobe, profs working on web time-machine app (Dan Weld and Eytan Adar, CSE)

Nov. 18, 2008 | Web Monkey

Zoetrope Project Aims to Archive the Web (Dan Weld and Eytan Adar, CSE)

Nov. 18, 2008 | CNET

Artist envisions turning fake eye into bionic eye-cam (Babak Parviz, EE)

Nov. 18, 2008 | ARS Technica

Tennessee anti-P2P law to cost colleges over $13 million (Hunter Hoffman, ME)

Nov. 17, 2008 | Newsweek

A Violent Virtual Cure (Hunter Hoffman, ME)

Nov. 17, 2008 | The Seattle Times

Concerns emerge about environmental effects of wave-energy technology (Brian Polagye, ME)

Nov. 17, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Blaine breaking in border-crossing technology (Yoshi Kohno, CSE)

Nov. 14, 2008 | ARS Technica

Snowy game, VR goggles take burn victims' minds off of pain (Hunter Hoffman, ME)

Nov. 14, 2008 | p2p Net

Virtual Reality frees burn victims from pain (Hunter Hoffman, ME)

Nov. 13, 2008 | IPS

A Global Health Model, Village by Village (Susan Bolton, CEE)

Nov. 13, 2008 | Chronicle of Higher Education (blog)

3-D Game May Help Soldiers Burned in Combat Deal With Pain During Physical Therapy (Hunter Hoffman, ME)

Nov. 12, 2008 | FCW

Agency urges anti-cloning feature for passport cards (Yoshi Kohno, CSE)

Nov. 12, 2008 | Xconomy

MacTrak Posts Laptop Thieves’ Photos, Locations to Flickr (Yoshi Kohno, CSE)

Nov. 12, 2008 | KUOW

The Center for Wooden Boats, Online Collapse and Rehab Robots (Yoky Matsuoka, CSE)

Nov. 12, 2008 | The Daily (UW)

New inventions and fighting cancer on campus (Babak Parviz, EE, Zoran Popovic, CSE, Henry Lai, BioE)

Nov. 11, 2008 | Discover Magazine (blog)

Seeing The Future, Literally (Babak Parviz, EE)

Nov. 11, 2008 | Sciencentral

Virtual Reality Helps War Heroes Recover From Burns (Hunter Hoffman, ME)

Nov. 10, 2008 | The Scientist (NewsBlog)

Synthetic vaccine nabs iGEM prize (Herbert Sauro, BioE)

Nov. 10, 2008 | Concurring Opinions (blog)

The Bionic Eye (Babak Parviz, EE)

Nov. 5, 2008 | New Scientist

How online games are solving uncomputable problems (David Baker, BioE)

Nov. 4, 2008 | Eco Geek

Dye Sensitized Solar Now 10% Efficient (MSE)

Nov. 3, 2008 | ABC News

Borderline Security (Yoshi Kohno, CSE)

Nov. 3, 2008 | InfoPackets

New Chip Technology Poses Threat to Homeland Security (Yoshi Kohno, CSE)

Nov. 3, 2008 | The Seattle Times (blog)

Inflexible security? Lighten up (Michael Toomim, CSE)

Oct. 31, 2008 | Technology Review

Borderline Security (Yoshi Kohno, CSE)

Oct. 30, 2008 | Sciencentral

Robofish Can Communicate and “Hunt” Together (Kristi Morgansen, AA)

Oct. 29, 2008 | The New York Times

Crypto hash algorithm competition set to begin (Yoshi Kohno, CSE)

Oct. 29, 2008 | Chemical Technology

Sweet solution for on-card reagent storage (Paul Yager, BioE)

Oct. 29, 2008 | Time

50 Best Inventions 2008: 24. Bionic contacts (Babak Parviz, EE)

November, 2008 | Seattle Magazine

Our Power 25 (Oren Etzioni and Yoky Matsuoka, CSE)

Oct. 28, 2008 | Washington Post

Researchers Hope Small Experiments Yield Big Results (Albert Folch, BioE)

Oct. 28, 2008 | KUOW

Some Coastal Towns Need Persuading to Embrace Wave Energy (Phil Malte, ME)

Oct. 27, 2008 | KTSM (El Paso, Texas)

Border Cards Vulnerable (Yoshi Kohno, CSE)

Oct. 26, 2008 | Ars Technica

RFID deployment moving forward despite security flaws (Yoshi Kohno, CSE)

Oct. 24, 2008 | KING5

UW researchers: Border crossing cards are flawed (Yoshi Kohno, CSE)

Oct. 23, 2008 | KOMO4

UW researchers uncover gap in border security (Yoshi Kohno, CSE)

Oct. 23, 2008 | The New York Times (IDG story, ran in several publications)

Researchers find problems with RFID passport cards (Yoshi Kohno, CSE)

Oct. 23, 2008 | The Wall Street Journal

Border-Crossing Cards Can Be Copied (Yoshi Kohno, CSE)

Oct. 22, 2008 | The Seattle Times

UW researcher gets Gates grant to test HIV cure (Francois Baneyx, ChemE)

Oct. 22, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Gates Foundation awards $1 million in grants for 'crazy' ideas (Francois Baneyx, ChemE)

Oct. 22, 2008 | The Seattle Times

Where Gregoire, Rossi stand on environmental issues (Mark Hallenbeck, CEE)

Oct. 21, 2008 | Computerworld (reprinted in The New York Times)

Dear Mr. President: Let's talk tech (Ed Lazowska, CSE)

Oct. 21, 2008 | Crosscut

Putting science back in the White House (Ed Lazowska, CSE)

Oct. 19, 2008 | Columbian

Herb may be potent cancer fighter (Henry Lai, BioE)

Oct. 17, 2008 | San Francisco Chronicle

Environmental hazards around the house (Anne Steinemann, CEE)

Oct. 16, 2008 | CIO

Computer Mouse Follows Voice Commands (Jeff Bilmes, EE)

Oct. 14, 2008 | Scientific American

Protein Computer Games: Me Fold Pretty One Day (Zoran Popovic, CSE)

October, 2008 | Fleet Equipment Magazine

Fuel economy: aerodynamics (Aerodynamics wind tunnel)

Oct. 14, 2008 | UPI (wire story)

Chinese herb used in cancer drug (Henry Lai, BioE)

Oct. 13, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

UW scientists report success in herb enhanced to fight cancer (Henry Lai, BioE)

October, 2008 | Conservation Magazine

Robofish (Kristi Morgansen, AA)

Oct. 13, 2008 | The Seattle Times

Alliance may one day aid paralyzed, amputees Building on tech-robotic link (Yoky Matsuoka and Raj Rao, CSE)

Oct. 10, 2008 | Xconomy

UW, Microsoft Research Aim to Turn Northwest Into a Neural Engineering Hotspot (Yoky Matsuoka and Raj Rao, CSE)

Oct. 10, 2008 | East Valley Living (Arizona)

Grants Fund Future of Transportation System Planning (Paul Waddell, CEE)

Oct. 8, 2008 | The New York Times (blog)

LoJack for Laptops (the Free Version) (Yoshi Kohno, CSE)

Oct. 7, 2008 | Xconomy

A Clear Choice on Science, Technology, and Innovation (written by Ed Lazowska, CSE)

Oct. 6, 2008 | The Seattle Times

UW creates a computer mouse driven by sound (Jeff Bilmes, EE)

Oct. 4, 2008 | Imperial Valley News

Free Software Tracks Stolen Laptops (Yoshi Kohno, CSE)

Oct. 3, 2008 | Sciencentral

“Tongue Mouse” Can Control a Wheelchair or Computer (Jeff Bilmes, EE)

Oct. 3, 2008 | The Daily (UW)

Invoke the gods to protect your laptop (Yoshi Kohno, CSE)

Oct. 2, 2008 | Xconomy

Personal Robots, Home Sensing, Private Networks, and More from Intel Research Seattle’s Open House (James Landay, David Wetherall, CSE; Alanson Sample, EE)

Oct. 1, 2008 | ABC News

Tracking Laptop Thieves Safely (Yoshi Kohno, CSE)

Sept. 30, 2008 | Technology Review

Tracking Laptop Thieves Safely (Yoshi Kohno, CSE)

Sept. 30, 2008 | Top Tech News

Cell Phones and Cancer: More Research Needed (Henry Lai, BioE)

Sept. 29, 2008 | International Herald Tribune

The brains behind a blade runner (Yoky Matsuoka, CSE)

Sept. 28, 2008 | Red Orbit

New Service Tracks Stolen Laptops (Yoshi Kohno, CSE)

Sept. 27, 2008 | The Spokesman-Review (Spokane)

Free download helps you find a stolen laptop (Yoshi Kohno, CSE)

Sept. 26, 2008 | Businessweek

Cell Phones and Cancer: More Research Needed (Henry Lai, BioE)

Sept. 25, 2008 | KING 5

UW researchers create LoJack for your laptop (Yoshi Kohno, CSE)

Sept. 24, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Under the Needle: UW grad gives it all up for poker (Vivek Rajkumar, alumnus)

Sept. 24, 2008 | Nature

Science prizes: Best in class (features Yoky Matsuoka)

Sept. 19, 2008 | The Portland Oregonian

Feds donate money for wave energy center in Oregon (Phil Malte, ME)

Sept. 18, 2008 | ABC News

Easy call: 'Sign' over cell (Eve Riskin, EE, and Richard Ladner, CSE)

Sept. 18, 2008 | ABC Health and Wellbeing

Scents and sensitivity (Anne Steinemann, CEE)

Sept. 17, 2008 | IO9

The microscopic chambers of the sea (Albert Folch, BioE)

Sept. 15, 2008 | The Republican

Robot designer looks to nature (James McLurkin, CSE)

Sept. 13, 2008 | San Jose Mercury News

Cuil cofounders combined parenting and programming (Oren Etzioni, CSE, is quoted)

Sept. 10, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Space explorers conference lands here next week

Sept. 9, 2008 | New Scientist

Guiding Internet traffic beats throttling it

Sept. 4 , 2008 | Scientific American

Easy cell: Mobile phones for the hearing impaired

Sept. 3 , 2008 | WTOP (Washington D.C.) radio

Will HOT lanes work on the beltway?

Sept. 1, 2008 | The Guardian

An interface for your eyes only

Aug. 31, 2008 | The Everett Herald

What it takes to keep the traffic flowing in Lynwood

Aug. 28, 2008 | Nature

The future ain't what it used to be (Babak Parviz, EE)

Aug. 25, 2008 | The Calgary Herald

Be cautious with plug-in appliances

Aug. 25, 2008 | The Guardian blog

P4P can make P2P more efficient, if ISPs help

Aug. 24, 2008 | Torrent Freak

Uncovering the dark side of P4P

Aug. 22, 2008 | The Chronicle of Higher Education: Wired Campus blog

The most innovative IT schools?

Aug. 22, 2008 | The Chronicle of Higher Education

Researchers design software for sign-language use over cell phones

Aug. 22, 2008 | Computerworld

IT schools to watch

Aug. 21, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Microsoft launches 3D photo program

Aug. 21, 2008 | Forbes

The Internet's new shortcut

Aug. 20, 2008 | PC World

Microsoft opens up Photosynth

Aug. 20, 2008 | New Scientist

How to stop a new type of heart attack

Aug. 20, 2008 | The Chronicle of Higher Education

Share locally, unclog the Internet

Aug. 20, 2008 | The Chronicle of Higher Education

NSF grants four $10-million expeditions in computing awards

Aug. 19, 2008 | KING 5 TV

Video game for a cure

Aug. 19, 2008 | United Press International

Single genomes taken from sequence data

Aug. 19, 2008 | University of Wisconsin-Madison

Lecture series honoring Denice Denton planned for Sept. 12

Aug. 18, 2008 | KING 5 TV

Through the lens of a bionic contact

Aug. 17, 2008 | The Columbia Tribune

Something in the air

Aug. 15, 2008 | The Seattle Times: Microsoft blog

Video: UW-Microsoft Photosynth team back at it with new mind-blowing demo

Aug. 13, 2008 | The Times of India

Ice melt speeds mountain temperature rise

Aug. 10, 2008 | The San Francisco Chronicle - Village Green blog

What's in a fragrance? Labels aren't required to say

Aug. 8, 2008 | The Industry Standard

Defcon: excuse me while I turn off your pacemaker

Aug. 8, 2008 | ScienCentral

Pill Camera: Science Videos

Aug. 7, 2008 | NetworkWorld

Beware hacking of implanted medical devices

Aug. 6, 2008 | The Seattle Times

UW study examines decline of snowpack

Aug. 5, 2008 | BusinessWeek

Why cell-phone health concerns persist

Aug. 5, 2008 | The Seattle Times

WA biotech fund announces $5 million in grants

Aug. 5, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Tobacco fund could help get ideas to market

Aug. 5, 2008 | Puget Sound Business Journal

Life Sciences Discovery Fund doles out new health grants

Aug. 5, 2008 | Foodconsumer.org

Breast cancer: What you need to know

Aug. 5, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Cell phones: Study for safety

Aug. 4, 2008 | Computerworld

Quick study: Cloud computing

Aug. 3, 2008 | Minnesota Daily News

New laptop theft tracking device debuts

Aug. 3, 2008 | United Press International

Cell-phone advisory renews debate

Aug. 2, 2008 | San Francisco Chronicle

Forget the fragrance

Aug. 1, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Cell phone cancer risk debated: UW researcher sees vindication

July 31, 2008 | Nature

Photonics: Telescopic TV

July 30, 2008 | The Associated Press

Asteroid named for UW aeronautics prof Holsapple

July 27, 2008 | The Seattle Times

Hybridize research, economic development

July 25, 2008 | U.S. News and World Report

Health hazards in household cleaners exposed

July 29, 2008 | The Washington Post

About that clean, fresh scent…

July 28, 2008 | Chemical and Engineering News

Bubble fusion burst

July 27, 2008 | The Seattle Times

Hybridize research, economic development

July 25, 2008 | Puget Sound Business Journal

Gulp! UW lands a developer for its 'camera in a pill'

July 25, 2008 | New Scientist

Fuel battery' could take cars beyond petrol

July 24, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Household products: Start with labels

July 23, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Fresh scent may hide toxic secret

July 23, 2008 | The Seattle Times

Study: Some scented products contain toxic chemicals

July 22, 2008 | PCWorld blog

Broadband innovations: Citizen science

July 22, 2008 | The Chronicle of Higher Education

Researchers develop free tool to track stolen laptops

July 22, 2008 | The Washington Post

Which is right?

July 22, 2008 | The New York Times

If you have a problem, ask everyone

July 21, 2008 | ElectronicsWeekly.com

Software tunes GUI for disabled computer users

July 18, 2008 | The Chronicle of Higher Education

A midlife crisis hits college campuses

July 16, 2008 | PBS

Bionic woman: Yoky Matsuoka

July 16, 2008 | The (UW) Daily

Illegal downloading hard to track down

July 16, 2008 | The Associated Press

Web-based program gives the blind Internet access

July 16, 2008 | Chronicle of Higher Education

Every user deserves a personalized interface

July 15, 2008 | Yakima Herald-Republic

Life is short, so just DO-IT

July 14, 2008 | Puget Sound Business Journal

UW software engineer helps open the Internet for the blind

July 14, 2008 | RFID World

ID applications that scare the public

July 12, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Veteran trouble-shooter guiding Dreamliner

July 11, 2008 | eSchool News

Emerging tech makes learning more accessible

July 10, 2008 | The Engineer Online

New tool lets blind surf the Web

July 10, 2008 | (Edmonton) Vue Weekly

Not even Dirty Harry could police P2P file sharing

July 10, 2008 | The Seattle Times

Intel bets its chips on Impinj growth

July 7, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Trying to give robots a human touch

July 4, 2008 | Chronicle of Higher Education

Playing the science game

July 3, 2008 | ABC San Francisco

New web-based project helping the blind

July 3, 2008 | The Guardian

Your life will be flashed before your eyes

July 3, 2008 | KUOW

Fun with robots!

July 1, 2008 | The (UW) Daily

Internet for the blind

July 1, 2008 | PharmTechTalk

Quantum dots find a spot in drug delivery

July 1, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Letters to the editor: Sea wall is crucial part of replacement

July 2008 | WebMD

New technology helps throat cancer screenings (Eric Seibel, ME)

July 2008 | WebMD

Vocal joystick helps disabled surf the Web (Jeff Bilmes, EE)

June 28, 2008 | The Vancouver Sun

Learned this week: Web surfing for the blind

June 26, 2008 | Scientific American

Fact or fiction: Men have a biological clock

June 24, 2008 | Santa Maria Times

Hearing-impaired teen off to computer seminar

June 19, 2008 | Eureka magazine

Energy researchers look to a bright future

June 16, 2008 | Inside Higher Ed

Clickers, pedagogy and edtechtainment

June 15, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Scientists tap gaming's power

June 13, 2008 | SnoValley Star

Hardly a spare moment

June 12, 2008 | New Zealand PC World

The printer did it!

June 11, 2008 | MSNBC

Amazing robo-fish work together

June 11, 2008 | CNET News

Robo-fish may monitor future oil spills

June 10, 2008 | ABC News

Robot fish could one day conquer seas

June 10, 2008 | New Scientist

Shoal of robot fish casts a wider net

June 10, 2008 | The Engineer Online

Underwater communication

June 9, 2008 | BBC

Virgin territory for ISPs

June 6, 2008 | BBC Television

Seattle's cutting-edge technology

June 6, 2008 | KING5

Robofish goes to work underwater

June 6, 2008 | Inside Higher Ed

Quick takes: Charges on file-sharing questioned

June 5, 2008 | The New York Times

The inexact science behind DMCA takedown notices

May 31, 2008 | Pacific Daily News

Success attributed to Southern pride

May 30, 2008 | Technology Review

Pillowy antibacterial polymers

May 30, 2008 | Crosscut Seattle

What's wrong with this carbon footprint?

May 29, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Carbon footprint: Seattle is 6th-best in U.S.

May 26, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Life sciences veteran assesses state of the industry

May 25, 2008 | York (Nebraska) News-Times

A summer of firsts

May 24, 2008 | The Northwest Asian Weekly

Storytelling preserves history

May 20, 2008 | eSchool News

Study probes RFID use in schools

May 19, 2008 | The Seattle Times

Dispatches from China

May 18, 2008 | The Everett Herald

UW to honor Mukilteo native interned during WWII

May 17, 2008 | Columbia News Service

Best solution for traffic woes? Eliminating the drivers

May 16, 2008 | TechNewsWorld.com

Winners of new video game could score Nobel Prize

May 15, 2008 | The New Yorker

Neurobotics: Where robots and humans connect

May 14, 2008 | West Seattle Herald

Viaduct still a riddle

May 12, 2008 | CTV

Gaming for science

May 11, 2008 | Washington Times

Digital gamers target disease

May 10, 2008 | Mother Jones

The blue marble: How to win a Nobel

May 9, 2008 | Nature blog

Addictive protein-folding game

May 8, 2008 | The Economist

Return to the fold

May 8, 2008 | Technology Review

Biologists enlist online gamers

May 8, 2008 | The Future of Things

New method doubles solar cells' efficiency

May 7, 2008 | Networkworld.com

Hackers will know what you're wearing

May 5, 2008 | The UW Daily

Smoke signals

May 2, 2008 | Crosscut

How the West was nuked

May 1, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Microsleuth: Redmond company's software featured in 'CSI'

April 28, 2008 | The UW Daily

Unplugging Bill Gates

April 26, 2008 | The Seattle Times

UW helped nurture computing ideas, Gates says

April 25, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Gates looks back, ahead

April 24, 2008 | New Scientist

High-tech armband puts your fingers in control

April 23, 2008 | CNN.com

Arranged marriage gets high-tech twist

April 22, 2008 | Chronicle of Higher Education: Wired campus

Bill Gates: the last word

April 21, 2008 | BusinessGreen.com

Popcorn solar cell promises to slash cell costs

April 19, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Organizations to host talk on Port of Prince Rupert

April 18, 2008 | The Seattle Times

Not elementary

April 18, 2008 | The Seattle Times

Microsoft confirms purchase of Farecast travel site

April 18, 2008 | Puget Sound Business Journal

Microsoft buys Farecast

April 17, 2008 | Associated Press

UW leading computer study for Defense Department

April 16, 2008 | Popular Science

Of circles and solar cells

April 16, 2008 | Techworld.com

ISPs accused of tampering with Web pages

April 13, 2008 | The Calgary Sun

Spring-friendly cleaning

April 13, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Farecast sold in $75 million deal

April 10, 2008 | Seattle Times: Brier Dudley's blog

Skytap surfaces with UW-spawned cloud computing technology

April 9, 2008 | Slashdot

Internet black holes

April 6, 2008 | PressTV

Self-assembly, science of the future

April 3, 2008 | The New York Times

A 3-D viewfinder for a shoebox of digital photos

March 31, 2008 | The Seattle Times

UW team researches a future filled with RFID chips

March 26, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Engineering as diplomacy

March 31, 2008 | The Seattle Times

12 rules to boost your brainpower

March 25, 2008 | RFID Update

RFID Update editor's note

March 25, 2008 | The Washington Post

Someday we may be surfing with our eyes closed

March 24, 2008 | The Chicago Tribune

A high-tech aid for extreme pain

March 23, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Under the needle: Engineers Without Borders building better lives

March 21, 2008 | The Chronicle of Higher Education

Developing tools that help disabled students use the Web

March 16, 2008 | The Toronto Star

Hidden depths: 3D models from photos

March 16, 2008 | KING TV

UW engineers create 'bionic eye'

March 14, 2008 | Science Magazine

Playing well with industry

March 14, 2008 | The Puget Sound Business Journal

MySpace to double its downtown Seattle office space

March 13, 2008 | The Seattle Times

Water supply projected to serve Everett 50 years

March 13, 2008 | PC World.ca

Heart device hack a shocker

March 13, 2008 | Popular Science online

Could your pacemaker be hacked?

March 12, 2008 | The New York Times

A heart device is found vulnerable to hacker attacks

March 12, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Hackers can attack heart devices

March 12, 2008 | The Associated Press

Researchers hack defibrillators

March 12, 2008 | United Press International

Research: Heart implant could be hacked

March 12, 2008 | The Boston Globe

Heart devices vulnerable to hack attack

March 12, 2008 | Nature blog: The great beyond

Hacking the heart

March 12, 2008 | CBS radio

Hacking heart devices

March 12, 2008 | U.S. News and World Report

Researchers 'hack' into heart device

March 12, 2008 | IDG News

Seattle and Silicon Valley square off

March 11, 2008 | The Seattle Times

Editorial: A long drink of water

March 5, 2008 | The Seattle Times

UW building was hot, but is it historic?

March 3, 2008 | BusinessWeek

BTW: Your cornea is ringing

March 2008

From the labs: Bionic eye | Technology Review

Feb. 28, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Biotech startup PhaseRx wins $19 pledge

Feb. 28, 2008 | The Seattle Times

$19 million for biotech startup PhaseRx

Feb. 26, 2008 | The UW Daily

Keeping a close watch

Feb. 25, 2008 | The Seattle Times

Bridging an engineer shortage

Feb. 20, 2008 | The UW Daily

Art under the microscope

Feb. 19, 2008 | The Future of Things

RFID Ecosystem project

Feb. 15, 2008 | Chronicle of Higher Education

Wearable tracking tags test privacy boundaries at the U. of Washington

Feb. 13, 2008 | United Press International

Study predicts the 'Internet of things'

Feb. 11, 2008 | The Seattle Times

Uncle Ben was leader among Asian Americans

Feb. 10, 2008 | The Seattle Times

Retiree flood waits in aerospace wings

Feb. 10, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Benjamin Woo, 1923-2008: Unsung hero championed museum, preservation

Feb. 10, 2008 | The San Diego Union-Tribune

Sparking possible when support cables loosen and sway in wind

Feb. 8, 2008 | The New York Times

Seattle taps its inner Silicon Valley

Feb. 6, 2008 | The Associated Press

Pill-sized camera is easy to swallow

Feb. 5, 2008 | Discovery News

'Bionic Lens' Adds Computing Power to Sight

Feb. 1, 2008 | The Billings Gazette

2 reports urge big changes in water usage in West

Feb. 1, 2008 | The Chronicle of Higher Education

The 24/7 professor

Jan. 31, 2008 | The Seattle Times

Drivers needed for tech train

Jan. 31, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Brutal attack sends builders to their wallets

Jan. 30, 2008 | NBC Nightly News

Business growing strong with bamboo

Jan. 30, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Madrona, WRF back Physware

Jan. 29, 2008 | BusinessWeek

The bionic contact

Jan. 27, 2008 | PressTV

Tiny camera to replace endoscope

Jan. 27, 2008 | The (Tacoma) News Tribune

Local boy genius makes good

Jan. 27, 2008 | The Daily Telegraph

Contact lens with Terminator vision

Jan. 26, 2008 | The San Francisco Chronicle

Antoni Kazimierz Oppenheim dies

Jan. 26, 2008 | The Daily Telegraph

Camera in a pill can spot signs of cancer

Jan. 25, 2008 | United Press International

Camera in a pill takes picture of insides

Jan. 25, 2008 | Technology Review

How to build a bionic eye

Jan. 25, 2008 | Slashdot

New "endoscope on a pill"

Jan. 24, 2008 | The Seattle Times

Riders pack bus in record numbers

Jan. 22, 2008 | The Economist

Eyeing up a new technology

Jan. 22, 2008 | EE Times

Electronic contact lens debuts

Jan. 17, 2008 | The Seattle Times

Google rave in Fremont draws a crowd of techies

Jan. 16, 2008 | Minnesota Public Radio

To grow an organ

Jan. 16, 2008 | The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Perks make Google office hardly feel like work

Jan. 16, 2008 | The Seattle Times: Tech Tracks blog

Google touts Fremont engineering office, links to UW

Jan. 15, 2008 | ITworld.com

Google shows off new Seattle digs

Jan. 14, 2008 | Technology Review

Growing new hearts from old

Jan. 13, 2008 | The (Minneapolis) Star Tribune

A living, beating heart -- grown in a jar

Jan. 12, 2008 | New Scientist

Did life begin on a radioactive beach?

Jan. 11, 2008 | New Mexico Business Weekly

Startup could help airlines fly for less

Jan. 8, 2008 | IEEE Spectrum

Learning from Katrina