Silent Witnesses is a sculpture exhibition made up of fittings taken from the old medical school.
A UW-Madison political science professor has been named the winner of a prestigious prize for his work researching genocide, particularly in Africa.
If you’ve ever felt the online chatbots and artificial intelligence vessels are lacking in conversational skills, then the University of Washington is ready to help – and they’re now bolstered by $500,000, thanks to Amazon.
The Slovenian Research Agency (ARRS) and the US Embassy in Ljubljana hosted a three-day event aimed at popularising science through media. The first Science Communication Days concluded on Wednesday with a workshop on the skills journalists need to properly report on scientific achievements.
College of Idaho senior mathematics-physics and environmental studies double major Natasha Dacic has already earned a great number of accolades during her time as a Yote — and now she has a new award to add to her list of accomplishments.
“I’m absolutely convinced I have the best job in the world,” says Adi Mizrahi, a neurobiologist currently at Stanford on sabbatical from Hebrew University.
A Nobel Prize-winning biologist explains how you can take control of your shortening chromosomes and slow down the aging process.
The exhibition consists of works by young artists in Years 10, 11 and 12.