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When it comes to COVID-19, a doctor’s job is far from done when their patient is sent home. The aftermath of having the coronavirus can be as harrowing as the virus itself, especially because doctors have so little data thus far on the lingering effects of the illness. Recovering patients ca…

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In a recent study, UW researchers found that general chemistry classes are a barrier to underrepresented minorities who aspire to be in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) majors.

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Your phone buzzes. “Hi! It’s Duo. These reminders don’t seem to be working. We’ll stop sending them for now.” Frustrated, you take comfort in the fact that it’s nearly impossible to learn a second language as an adult anyway, right? 

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Imagine that you have a job that requires flying overseas at least once a year, spending months in another country observing animals in the wild, training local researchers in the area to do the work you do, and regularly visiting local schools to educate students on the issues your work add…

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Wanyu Guan, an informatics junior, has been seeking internships in data science, software engineering, and program management since the beginning of the school year. She had always wanted to spend the summer of her junior year working at a tech company to gain technical experience. 

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Make4All is a research group that looks into ways to make technological devices inclusive through data science and 3D fabrication. The research, led by Jennifer Mankoff, a computer science professor, uses a human-centered approach to tackle technological challenges faced by affected populations. 

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A recent collaboration between SpaceX and NASA made international headlines for marking the beginning of an era of commercial, manned space flights. However, a future of commercial space flights requires an increased efficiency of current rocket engines.