UW Medicine scientist Pete Greenberg is honored for his studies of social activity among bacteria.
The partnership expands for an event that began in 1970 and this year will draw thousands of participants on Sunday, Nov. 26.
A large UW Medicine-Kaiser Permanente study finds modestly increased risk, with a stronger link seen among younger people.
Researchers seek to recruit 3,500 children and adults in the Pacific Northwest to assess how well vaccines protect against COVID-19.
Findings suggest a largely overlooked cellular signaling system may play a more important role in bacteria than previously thought.
A team led by the Institute for Protein Design devised machine-learning algorithms that created light-emitting enzymes called luciferases.
The project with SeaMar Community Health Centers, Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic and Allen Institute to study communities.
Collaboration finds that improved training and support of community health workers are needed to improve HIV testing.
A new automated system identified far more sepsis infections than 2 commonly used methods, researchers report.
RNA contact with tau protein spurs neurofibrillary tangles in the brain — a defining hallmark of Alzheimer’s and other diseases.