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airplane flying over a city

Aug 02, 2021

Clearing the air

The impacts of air pollution on communities living near airports are no longer up in the air, thanks to breakthrough research by CEE professor Tim Larson.
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Mike Averkiou pointing at a monitor that shows a contrast-enhanced ultrasound of Lutz's liver while Barry Lutz is lying in bed with Dr. Manjiri Dighe standing at his left

Jul 13, 2021

Hope and healing

One researcher combats cancer with the help of UW doctors and tools developed by his colleagues.
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Scott Crossfield siting in a spacesuit side by side with photo of Scott near plane

Jun 28, 2021

Death dodger

Taking risks was second nature for A&A alum Albert Scott Crossfield. That’s how he became the first man to fly at twice the speed of sound and laid the groundwork to go into space.
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Hand pointing at a model airplane

May 24, 2021

Paris’s Law celebrates 60 years

First published in The Trend in Engineering, former UW Engineering professor Paul C. Paris’s ideas revolutionized airplane design and gave way to the field of fracture mechanics.
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A collage of women faculty

May 24, 2021

Engineering equity

The ADVANCE Center for Institutional Change celebrates 20 years of supporting women faculty and developing leaders in STEM fields at the UW.
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Two researchers standing in the midst of trees devastated by wildfire

May 03, 2021

A burning need

Civil and environmental engineering researchers work to understand and mitigate post-wildfire landslide hazards.
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