Study yields new clue to strokes of undetermined source
Researchers shed light on why some people who have a stroke do not also have abnormal heart rhythms, even though their hearts contain similar scar tissue.
Anna Karlin elected to National Academy of Sciences
The Bill and Melinda Gates Chair in the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering is one of five UW faculty elected this year.
Unequal exposure to air pollution
A new study models peoples’ exposure to air pollution — based on race/ethnicity and income level — and shows that exposure disparities among people of color and white people are driven by nearly all, rather than only a few, emission source types.
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ISE Graduate Seminar: Dr. Tim Leung, "Mean-Reverting Portfolio Construction and Optimal Timing Strategy.”
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A non-traditional journey
Cody Brereton is an ECE undergrad — and he’s 35. Thanks to years of hard work and determination, he is at the top 10% of his class and expects to graduate in the spring.
Building for sustainability
CEE graduate student Nathalie Thelemaque is studying infrastructure's impact on the environment and communities so she can create sustainable systems.Read more
Lessons in the deep
ME doctoral student Trevor Harrison is using the strong currents of the Agate Pass to test robotic sensor packages he’s developed to map underwater environments.Read more