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31, 2021, with plans to return full-time to the professors, focus on her research study, and develop mentoring and variety, equity and inclusion programs. February 18, 2021 The Polymer Physics Reward from the American Physical Society and a dissertation award from the Society for American Archaeology. February 17, 2021 After years in development, an earthquake early caution system referred to as Shake, Alert is on the cusp of being released in Oregon and Washington. Harold Tobin, director of the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network, responds to questions about the coming rollout. February 10, 2021 How's the snow on Northwest mountains this year? In general a little deeper than regular, but it depends where you look.
Seven University of Washington scientists are consisted of in Cell Mentor's list of 1,000 inspiring Black researchers, published in December 2020. Cell Mentor is a collaborative resource between Cell Press and Cell Signaling Technology. February 9, 2021 Even if all nations meet their Paris Agreement objectives for minimizing emissions, Earth has only a 5% opportunity of staying below 2 C warming this century, a previous study showed. However reductions about 80% more ambitious, or an average of 1. 8% drop in emissions per year rather than 1% annually, would be enough to satisfy the Paris Agreement's temperature objective. February 8, 2021 Morales has actually authored a seven-part series for Ars Technica on quantum mechanics for a basic audience.
10 to Feb. 21. Morales took a seat with UW News to discuss the series, quantum mechanics and what he hopes the general public can learn more about this apparently odd and potentially intimidating world of science. February 4, 2021 Human-caused warming is responsible for increasing the risk of a glacial outburst flood from Peru's Lake Palcacocha, threatening the city below. This research study is the first to straight link environment change with the risk of flooding from glacial lakes, which are growing in number and size worldwide. February 1, 2021 Single-celled organisms in the open ocean use a varied selection of genetic tools to detect sunlight, even in small amounts, and respond.