Molecular virologist Dr. Jesse Erasmus works on a team at UW Medicine aiding the global effort to find a COVID-19 vaccine.
J.J. Hastings came off the grid into a pandemic. Stranded in Washington, she started swabbing for the virus.
An aerospace engineering professor uses origami to inspire effective design.
Five programmers reflect on the mental toll and artistic liberation of crafting code.
If Dr. Deborah Fuller’s moonshot method is successful, she and a team could deliver a coronavirus vaccine months earlier than other methods.
Doing so will cut carbon emissions and spur jobs of the future, write Port Commissioner Fred Felleman and King County Executive Dow Constantine.
With the lack of accessible testing still a hurdle in fighting the deadly virus, a data scientist is co-leading an effort to increase availability.
The historic Seattle landmark is getting a multimillion-dollar makeover.
The region is poised to lead the way in electric flight thanks to an ambitious partnership between MagniX and Harbour Air.
Mosquito-borne diseases like Zika and West Nile lack vaccines. But Washington scientists think insulin could weaken these diseases in mosquitoes before they reach people.
Now a staple in combating wildfires across the West, barnstormers and foresters developed one of the most elite firefighting programs here in Washington.
Could it be one giant leap for Boeing’s Apollo legacy?
Through his textless educational program BlockStudio, Rahul Banerjee has found that the most equitable way to teach coding might not involve words at all.
Scientists are using crowdsourced data to help firefighters flee dangerous flames.
Washington residents will win the right to convert their remains into soil in 2020. Here's how that happened, and how it might work.
Some of the jobs that artificial intelligence will eliminate are the very STEM jobs that college is training students to fill.