Arnold: Beyond Museums and Classrooms

Arnold: Beyond Museums and Classrooms

Nonscientists from prisoners to fashion mavens engage with science in an article by Catherine Arnold in Columns, the University of Washington alumni magazine. Catherine, a Salt Lake City-based writer, profiles University of Utah forest ecologist and UW alum Nalini...
McQuate: Saved by the Phone

McQuate: Saved by the Phone

When people overdose from opioids, Sarah McQuate writes, their breathing slows dramatically. At this point, the emergency medication naloxone might save their lifeā€”if someone knew to administer it. In UW News, Sarah (@potassiumwhale) tells of the Second Chance...
Gibbs: Indexing Biodiversity

Gibbs: Indexing Biodiversity

Did you see the striking photos in the book Endangered Species: Artists on the Front Line of Biodiversity at the NSWA annual meeting and holiday party? Check the back of the book to see the equally beautiful work by indexer Judi Gibbs. (The book is curated by Barbara...
Boyle: Rockets and Saucers

Boyle: Rockets and Saucers

Alan Boyle, GeekWire aerospace and science editor, has the hot news about Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. No, not about the divorce. Alan reports on the latest flight from Bezos’ Blue Origin space project and how the work fits into the Bezos portfolio of enterprises....
Solis: Dose Dilemma

Solis: Dose Dilemma

Every body is different, which is a challenge for pharmacists, Michele Solis writes. Drug doses are often recommended by age group, for children or adults, but rising numbers of kids and grownups with obesity complicate dose determinations. For the Pharmaceutical...