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Mt. Baker glacier

Aug 15, 2022

Climate change adaptation and action

Faculty, staff, students and alumni across the UW Engineering community are addressing the climate crisis through research, teaching and collaboration. 
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fusion energy development illustration

Aug 01, 2022

Fusion energy is getting its moment

Fusion energy is taking off thanks to advancements from UW labs and spinoff companies.
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Illustration of a network

Jul 11, 2022

AI for engineering

The AI Institute in Dynamic Systems isn’t quite a year old, but its directors are already laying the groundwork to transform engineering education and, ultimately, the field.
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Researchers looking at yeast plates in the lab

Jun 27, 2022

Unlocking biotechnology with RNA

Recent molecular engineering graduates Jason Fontana and David Sparkman-Yager share their journey to commercialize their platform to design ‘smart’ RNA.
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Students hiking up to the Easton Glacier

Jun 13, 2022

A mountain of learning

There’s an ideal way for students to learn about retreating glaciers: Visit them for the day.
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Professor Cecilia Aragon standing in front of an airplane

May 16, 2022

Breaking barriers

Professor Cecilia Aragon vanquished fear to become the first Latina pilot on the U.S. Aerobatic Team — and the first Latina full professor in the UW College of Engineering.
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