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Table of Contents
Cover Story
Life Sciences
Northwest Explorer

Amelia Earhart Exhibit Lands at the Museum of Flight in Seattle
by Taylor Felt

Gene Therapy Treats Red-Green Colorblindness in Adult Monkeys
by Alex B. Berezow

Bread Could Be Back on the Menu for Millions with Gluten Intolerance
by Kate Stoll

Astronomers Search for Rocky, Habitable Planets in Other Solar Systems
by Sarah Nelson

Chemists Sharpen Their Communication Skills at UW Institute
by Michael A. Tarselli

Cover Story

Tsunami Science in the Northwest
by Sara J. Bender


Global Climate Change May Alter the Dynamics of Ocean "Dead Zones"
by Dawn Wenzel

Small Organism May Play a Big Role in Global Nitrogen Cycles
by Sonia Albin and Kate Stoll

Genome Sequence of Fungus may Further Pine Beetle Research
by Sara Reardon

Northwest Scientists Study Toxins in Puget Sound's Algal Blooms
by Rita Sodt


The Smarts of Smart Grids
by Jason Ganzhorn

Scientists Turn to Nature for Clues on Building Better Fuel Cells
by Dick T. Co

Moth Eyes Inspire Better Optics
by Kristina Mullins

Engineers Look to Nature for New Robotics Strategies
by Alex Compton


How Neil deGrasse Tyson Put Pluto and Himself in the Planetary Dog House

Knute Berger on Life, the Universe, and Everything in Puget Sound

The World Washes Up on an Oregon Beach


UW's College of the Environment Plants Seeds for the Future
by Sara Reardon

Outreach Program Uses Berry Power to Engage High School Students
by Michael G. Walter

Northwest Explorer

Where Did the Mammoths Really Go?
by Kate Stoll

Life Sciences

Fish Edits Its Own Genome by Cutting and Splicing DNA During Development
by Kyle Costa

Faster Bovine Tuberculosis Test May Curb Cattle Infection
by Ruth Hall

Hunger Gene May Help Regulate Sleep and Body Temperature
by Dawn Wenzel


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