A study near four Seattle schools found that Issuing speed-camera traffic tickets reduced violations.
In studies in humans and mice, bacteria confuse the metal gallium for a nutrient, and it works as a Trojan horse to destroy them.
The program’s genome centers will generate data from participants of a wide variety of backgrounds to improve precision medicine.
A new clinical site at UW Medicine and Seattle Children’s will serve Washington, Alaska, Montana, Idaho and Oregon patients with rare or puzzling disorders.
Findings on nearly 4,000 BRCA1 mutations will be immediately useful to many patients with previously inconclusive genetic test results.
Prime-and-trap effort harnesses T cells, instead of antibodies, to fend off early-stage malaria infection in mice.
A new assay, reported in Science, advances research on how various cells types interpret their genetic code
Vaccine strategy focuses on specific amino acid sequences in virus' outer shell protein and on improving effectiveness in young children.
Three million deaths in 2016 were attributed to alcohol, which carries "massive health risks," according to a paper today in The Lancet.
In medical and arrest histories, researchers have identified risk markers that elevate a person's chances of being shot in Seattle