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MSE master's students Kunthea Deng and Renjie Song show Gov. Jay Inslee and his wife, Trudi, how samples of zeolite concrete fractured in compression tests.

Mon, 02/27/2023 | UW Materials Science & Engineering

Governor Inslee visits MSE

Washington Governor Jay Inslee visited Materials Science & Engineering (MSE) on Feb. 20 to hear about research on green alternatives to concrete.

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Thu, 02/23/2023 | UW Mechanical Engineering

Entering research

Mechanical engineering grad students share their experiences with a new course designed to help students succeed as researchers.

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Tue, 02/21/2023 | Allen School News

Leilani Battle named Sloan Fellow

The assistant professor in the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering has been awarded a research fellowship by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.

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Tue, 02/21/2023

Rethinking disability and advancing access

UW CREATE collaborates toward a world with fewer problems and more solutions for people of all abilities.

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Thu, 02/16/2023 | UW News

The future of quantum research

UW Professor Kai-Mei Fu discusses the potential of quantum research, and why it’s so important.

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Mon, 02/13/2023 | UW News

Earthquake response

Three UW experts, including CEE Professor Dawn Lehman, discuss the magnitude 7.8 earthquake that struck Turkey and Syria on February 6.

Pink dye released into water

Thu, 02/09/2023 | UW Civil & Environmental Engineering

Research with a splash of color

The phrase “a splash of color” took on a very literal meaning for a research team that is using environmentally safe pink dye to investigate the movement of water where a river flows into the ocean.

Mike Averkiou and doctoral student Connor Krolak reviewing ultrasound images of tumor perfusion with microbubbles from a patient study. Photo by Dennis Wise.

Wed, 02/08/2023 | UW Bioengineering

Treating liver cancer with microbubbles

A bioengineering lab has received NIH funding to treat hepatocellular carcinoma, the most common form of liver cancer, with ultrasound and microbubbles.

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Mon, 02/06/2023

Champions of sustainability

From the nanoscale to the systems level, our chemical engineers are focused on speeding the adoption of renewable power, slashing energy demands of industrial processes and more.

Zerina Kapetanovic working on test equipment in Sylvan Grove on the UW campus

Fri, 02/03/2023 | UW Electrical & Computer Engineering

A new form of wireless communication

A UW research team invents a new form of wireless communication.

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Mon, 01/30/2023

The UW’s College of Engineering named national leader in inclusive excellence

The College of Engineering has been recognized as a leader in inclusive excellence by the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE).

Diamond Awards

Thu, 01/26/2023

2023 Diamond Award honorees

Four outstanding alumni will be celebrated for their achievements at a recognition event in May.

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Tue, 01/24/2023 | UW News

AI and empathy for mental health

A UW team is exploring how artificial intelligence could help people on the platform TalkLife, where people give each other mental health support.

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Mon, 01/23/2023

Snow sleuths

Last fall, civil and environmental engineering researchers prepared for a winter of data gathering to investigate missing snow and improve water resources modeling.

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Fri, 01/20/2023 | UW Electrical & Computer Engineering

Neural engineering for mental health

A UW-led team will develop AI-guided brain stimulation methods aimed at treating mental health disorders.

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Wed, 01/18/2023 | UW Aeronautics and Astronautics

An A&A experiment heads to the ISS

Aeronautics & Astronautics researchers are developing a film evaporation experiment for the International Space Station (ISS).

Julie Kientz

Fri, 01/13/2023 | UW Human Centered Design & Engineering

AI Institute for Exceptional Education

HCDE Professor Julie Kientz is the UW lead on a new NSF-funded AI Institute for children with speech and language disorders.

Cassady Glass Hastings

Tue, 01/10/2023

Considering an engineering professional program?

Cassady Glass Hastings, the College’s Director of New Programs & Innovation, sheds light on the differences between traditional and professional degrees and what’s on the horizon for engineering professional programs.

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Fri, 01/06/2023 | Allen School News

Understanding the "second-level digital divide"

A new study of online search activity reveals disparities in digital engagement during the pandemic.

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Wed, 01/04/2023 | UW Mechanical Engineering

An empowering education

Ph.D. student Malia Steward shares her journey to researching renewable energy and how she’s working to improve solar cell efficiency.

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Tue, 01/03/2023

Accelerating a quantum future

Learn how College of Engineering and College of Arts & Sciences researchers are helping to establish the UW as a global leader of the coming quantum age.

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Wed, 12/28/2022 | UW Aeronautics and Astronautics

Design Build Fly charts a new course

The student organization has transformed itself into a team that is creating capacity to build winning planes in the years to come.

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Tue, 12/27/2022 | UW Magazine

EcoCAR competition highlights UW’s ingenuity and compassion

A group of UW students, including ME students, built a car that made it to the finals of the EcoCAR Mobility Challenge last spring.

Group photo of the five Winston siblings wearing business attire and name tags on lanyards around their necks, standing side-by-side in front of a metal railing with buildings of various styles of stone, metal and glass in downtown Pittsburgh in the background.

Tue, 12/27/2022 | Allen School News

Family matters

For the Winston siblings, the intersection of software engineering and neuroscience research is relatively inspiring at the UW.

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Thu, 12/22/2022 | UW School of Public Health

Engineering and public health equity

Alumna Maggie Ramirez, '09, shares how industrial and systems engineering inspired her journey to become an assistant professor in the UW's School of Public Health.