Visitors to Northwest forests and parks will still see Smokey the Bear and the familiar fire danger color scheme, but new science will inform those predictions.
A Seattle photographer remembers his dad, a lunar cartographer.
Lab techs in resource-poor medical centers can cheaply diagnose the disease using Eshika Saxena's 3D-printed microscope and machine-learning web application.
State lawmakers looked to Europe and California for a data privacy model. But advocates say Washington's bill appears weaker.
Tucked away on a U District sidestreet, SoundBio Lab caters to anyone who wants to experiment with molecular biology.
Depending on what the Washington Legislature does this session, gas stations could be required to offer more climate-friendly motor fuels.
As the state Legislature contemplates how it can help the emergent industry, the University of Washington lays the groundwork for a future workforce.
See how the vegan sausage is made at Field Roast’s test kitchen.
Richard Haag, a leader in the fight against unchecked urban development, has died.
Kent built a car that was good enough for NASA: the lunar rover.
Seattle startup Impact Bioenergy is making use of half-eaten burgers, spoiled milk and spent yeast from a brewery.
Bill Gates first introduced the idea for a levy on robots that replace human employees. Seattle should consider it.
Scientist Yanyun Zhao is developing edible food packing and edible coating for fruits and vegetables.
The state has invested years of effort in the belief that a new apple variety, the Cosmic Crisp, will be a winner.
Construction is everywhere. The economy is booming. And yet Seattle’s homeless problem continues to grow. If we can’t even make progress in good times, the odds would seem to be against real solutions...
Sea-Tac Airport worker Resky Killion stows gear after pumping fuel into an Alaska Airlines jet on Dec. 16, 2015, when Boeing Co., Alaska Airlines and the Port of Seattle announced Wednesday a study...