University Of Washington
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Harnessing wireless connectivity
UW researchers created a new way of
communicating that allows devices like
contact lenses or credit cards to talk to
For most people, reading is a skill that becomes automatic during grade school. But for people with dyslexia, reading takes effort. Through his research at the I-LABS Brain Development & Education Lab, Professor Jason Yeatman is working to understand why.
Connecting for better communities
Thanks to a yearlong partnership with the city of Auburn, UW faculty and students are helping create a more livable and sustainable community through the Livable City Year program — all while earning credit.
It’s no secret that Arctic sea ice is melting. Polar bears, the poster child for climate change, are among the animals most affected by the seasonal and year-to-year changes in Arctic sea ice.
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UW ranked among the top five most innovative universities in the world
The Reuters 100 ranks educational institutions doing the most to advance science, invent new technologies and help drive the global economy.
Boosting faculty diversity through recruitment and retention efforts
Over the last four years, the UW’s Office for Faculty Advancement has helped recruit close to 50 faculty members whose work contributes to campus diversity and inclusion.