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Dense tree cover at the Cedar River Municipal Watershed allows little light to seep into the understory, yet research by University of Washington’s Susan Dickerson-Lange and colleagues suggests that these dense forests are capable of melting snow much faster than the open areas around the forest.
A growing body of evidence suggests that the brain plays a key role in glucose regulation and the development of type 2 diabetes
Four small but crucial tools were involved in the $280 million dollar renovation of Husky Stadium for the University of Washington Football team; four OxBlue construction cameras – three static
Physicians' disclosure of errors has been studied more in the past decade than ever before, spurring rationales and guidelines for acknowledging one's own mistakes with patients.
A new software program that watches a user's movements and gives verbal feedback on what to change to accurately complete a yoga pose has been developed by a team of University of Washington computer scientists.
The CDC actively discourage doctors from ordering routine herpes tests despite the University of Washington study proving 80% of those afflicted with herpes don't know it.
Scientists at the University of Washington have used genetic engineering to identify a population of neurons that tell the brain to shut off appetite.
For many, music is a universal language that unites people when words cannot. But for those who use cochlear implants – technology that allows deaf and hard of hearing people to comprehend speech – hearing music remains extremely challenging.