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A cloud is a cloud, is a cloud. But scientists have now found that at least some clouds contain biological particles that can be genetically analyzed to show where the cloud came from.
Portland State University, the University of Oregon and Portland Community College all offer low-income Oregon high school students the chance to attend college at an average net cost of less than $12,000 in tuition, room and board.
Most modern electronics, from flat-screen TVs and smartphones to wearable technologies and computer monitors, use tiny light-emitting diodes, or LEDs.
The state Legislature took a historic step in addressing the rapidly growing problem of student homelessness on March 7 through passage of SB 6074 - the Homeless Children Education Act.
It takes more mutations to trigger autism in women than in men, which may explain why men are four times more likely to have the disorder It takes more mutations to trigger autism in women than in men, which may explain why men are four times more likely to have the disorder, according to a study published 26 February in the American Journal of ... (more)
Seattle BioMed said it's received a seven-year, $9.8 million grant from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases to develop a vaccine targeting HIV/AIDS.
Alina Palanchuk, RN, BSN, vividly recalls an interprofessional education simulation exercise at the University of Washington, Seattle, where she graduated last year.
SEATTLE, Wash. More than five million Americans are living with Alzheimer's disease and nearly 35 million have dementia.
Around the village of Ilulissat, Greenland are icebergs that broke off from the Jakobshavn Glacier.
Researchers working at Mount Rainier and North Cascades national parks have received a grant from NASA's Applied Sciences division to study how data with satellite imagery can help forecast dates of snow melt and peak flower bloom.
When the sea finally receded, the landscape was buried under a staggering 27million tons of debris that included everything from ships and ceiling tiles to light fixtures and photo albums.
Time to spring forward and set your clocks an hour ahead. Sunday marks the beginning of daylight saving time, which also unfortunately means we'll lose an hour of sleep.
Three practices in, the most interesting news nugget from the University of Washington's spring session has been Shaq Thompson.
Joshua Mayers joined The Seattle Times as a part-time news assistant in 2005 and took over the Sounders FC beat before the 2010 season.
Beginning today, the public will be able to see the mammoth tusk found at a Seattle construction site in February.
The University of Washington Tacoma Milgard School of Business has announced its 2014 slate of Business Leaders of the Year.