UW researcher Dr. Yejin Choi has spent a career pursuing 'risky' AI research that bridges the communication gap between humans and technology.
As the state works to protect residents in a changing climate, a new study suggests the solutions should vary by location.
Gov. Inslee said the decision took a 'wrecking ball' to the EPA’s authority to curb pollution.
Despite new tech and materials, the most realistic solution is to use less plastic in packaging.
Videos of Mount Rainier 'venting' sent locals into a brief tailspin on social media this week. Here's how to know when to actually worry.
Researchers hope a new sonar technology, which triggers a nails-on-chalkboard-like reflex to seals and sea lions, could be a tool to protect the endangered fish.
The Natural Areas program is critical for preserving native biodiversity in the state, but climate change is challenging its future.
Happiness takes work. Professor Laurie Santos shares what social science says about making that work more manageable.
Scientists are studying the evolution of Emmons Glacier and its implications on watersheds throughout the Pacific Northwest.
Experts say the move is an important step to recognizing climate change’s relationship with disease and death.
As the city celebrates the event's 60th anniversary, we look back at plans that never happened — including a floating island, a huge dome and an Atlantic City-style boardwalk.
Koreana Mafune studies the rich diversity of canopy soils in the tops of old growth forests in the Olympic rainforest.
Trying to understand the hidden world from beneath our feet to the tallest trees.
Dr. Deborah Giles sees killer whales as better versions of us.
Studying orca poop to save the species.
The secrets to aging is in dogs.