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9 min ago | Mass Transit
Corp. as project director and vice president. Collins brings two decades of transportation industry experience, focusing on delivery of passenger rail projects, including light rail, commuter rail and streetcar projects, several in excess of $100 million.
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4 hrs ago | KING-TV Seattle
More than five million Americans are living with Alzheimer's disease and nearly 35 million have dementia.
Work will begin this summer on connecting two downtown streets on the University of Washington Tacoma campus to make it easier for people to walk and bike safely.
The company has about 150 mechanized infantry soldiers and is led by Capt. Mike McCarthy, who said they were activated April 3. "We are the only complete National Guard company that has been activated," he said, adding that they will be there for a few more days.
Apparently, there's science behind why we find babies so freakin' cute. The video above, made by AsapSCIENCE, explains the phenomenon.
NASA and Kepler telescope researchers have just announced that they've discovered an Earth-size planet circling a dwarf star at a distance that would allow that planet to support liquid water.
Just a few hours left and the Kickstarter's campaign for the Micro Phone Lens 150x - a soft, pliable lens that can turn any smartphone or tablet computer into a hand-held microscope - will be over.
Obesity is getting worse in every single county, according to data compiled by the University of Washington.
University of Washington graduate Thomas Larson is developing a lens that will turn any smartphone or tablet computer into a handheld microscope that magnifies by 150 times.
Editor at Biotech Week -- A new study on Immune System Diseases and Conditions is now available.
Many parents try to raise their children to not discriminate against others based on race, especially since babies start noticing things like skin color as early as 6 months of age.
Hundreds of Meridian, Idaho, high school students signed a protest petition when their local school board banned Sherman Alexie's young adult novel "The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian' from their 10th-grade curriculum.
A majority of voters support two conflicting initiatives related to firearm sale background checks.
Image Caption: Tilted orbits might make some planets wobble like a top that's almost done spinning, an effect that could maintain liquid water on the surface.
Spring has arrived in Seattle! Birds are chirping, bugs are crawling, flowers are blooming, mold spores are floatingand for upwards of 40 percent of children and their families, noses are running and eyes are tearing.
Dr. Berk suffered a serious spinal cord injury when he fell off his bike in 2009.