This light-activation technology has potential applications in tissue engineering, regenerative medicine, and understanding how the body works.
A study showed that digital 3D breast tomosynthesis leads to better cancer-screening performance than 2D mammography.
A novel wrist sensor is being tested for its ability to quickly detect a blood marker, troponin, and speed patient interventions.
After court decisions in Washington and Texas, UW Medicine reaffirms its support for access to abortion care, including mifepristone.
Findings suggest the increase in the number of more powerful guns with larger magazines are inflicting deadlier wounds.
Engineered stem cells do not provoke dangerous heart rhythms, a problem that has thwarted efforts to date.
Researchers modified a commercially available test strip into a prototype that enables people to self-test for prediabetes.
In a pilot clinical trial, THRIVE offered coping skills training and coaching for recent sexual assault survivors.
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.