How UW Tacoma students are using waste product to clean storm water
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Recent publications by UW Tacoma faculty and staff cover topics ranging from Korean franchisees to smokers with HIV to global biodiversity.
UW Tacoma has received two grants totaling $85,000 from the UW Green Seed Fund, to support campus sustainability projects.
Institute of Technology Associate Professor Ka Yee Yeung is serving as an external data science collaborator on an NIH-funded project to discover new drugs using big biology data.
UW Tacoma research group with international ties builds sensors to track and predict environmental changes.
Accompanying $350,000 grant will fund Haerling’s research in simulated learning activities for nursing students.
UW Tacoma’s Center for Data Science collaborates with MultiCare and Microsoft to improve outcomes for hospital patients with heart disease.
Prof. Dierwechter's work has helped launch an exciting new subfield of urban studies: the geopolitics of urban growth management.