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Table of Contents
Cover Story
Environment
Life Sciences
Northwest Explorer
Soundings
Technology
 
Soundings

Museum of Flight Gala Honors Apollo 13 Mission
by Stephanie Cartier

Knocked Out Gene May Lead to Malaria Vaccine
by Megan Dann Fesinmeyer

Enzyme from Extremophile Holds Promise for Industrial Applications
by Chris Wentz

Northwest Researchers Study Link Between Air Pollution and Heart Disease
by Matt Ironside

First Washington Technology Summit Convenes in Seattle
by Stephanie Cartier

UW and Everett Clinic Aim To Make Outpatient Prescribing Safer
by Christine Callo

Cover Story

Computer Science & Engineering at the Cutting Edge
by Ben Raker

Environment

Researchers Develop Molecular Claw to Grab Arsenic
by Stephanie Cartier

Technology

Digital Archives Offer Window to the Past
by Megan Dann Fesinmeyer

Northwest Explorer

Modern Day Adventurer Extends an Invitation

Ancient Lakes Responsible for India's Historic Floods?
by Jessica Cromheecke

Life Sciences

Frontline Defense
by Elizabeth Sharpe

Signs of Intelligent Life:Bacteria Start Small, But Grow Smart
by Elizabeth Sharpe

Researchers Target Test to Detect Cancer Early
by Kashena Jade Konecki and Christine Loftus

Contributors

Contributors

University of Washington

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