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The Life Sciences Discovery Fund today announced $1.1 million in five Proof of Concept grants to Washington for-profit and non-profit organizations to foster the translation of health-related products from the laboratory into the commercial marketplace.
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6 hrs ago | The Olympian
He will take the place of former principal Tim Fries, who submitted his letter of resignation on Nov. 20 and will remain on vacation and paid leave through the end of the school year.
Cabrillo safety Darren Gardenhire flipped his college commitment to the University of Washington from Washington State University, the senior announced via Twitter on Monday.
At the moment this reporter arrived to interview Mercer Island High School Associate Principal Craig Olson, a school lockdown drill began.
A new historical narrative posted by the Mormon church on its website officially acknowledges that some plural marriages were performed following an 1890 ban and that polygamy was widely practiced in the late 19th century.
Calyx School student Kaih, 8, learns about the chiton her class found at the beach at South Whidbey State Park with teachers Michelle Song and Sarah Gillett.
WSU virologist Hector Aguilar-Carreno and colleagues have discovered how efficient teamwork by proteins on the deadly Nipah virus help get the pathogen inside a healthy cell that's 10,000 times larger.
A new state audit has found Washington university employees used government-issued credit cards to make more than $225,000 in purchases not allowed by state policies.
Employees at three Washington universities used state-issued credit cards in violation of Washington policy, charging $226,583 worth of alcohol, gifts and other items to the cards, according to a The report from the office of State Auditor Troy Kelley was part of a review of the way credit cards are used at the three largest public four-year ... (more)
Don had been serving as the Interim President and CEO since June of 2013. "Don's broad knowledge of the financial industry and the markets Gesa serves make him the ideal candidate to lead Gesa into the future," said Board Chairman, Gregg Andrews.
On Sunday, Dec. 15, KOMO 4 News reported that a dog who visited Carkeek Park in Seattle, Wash.
Richland high school students will soon be able to earn up to two years of college credit before graduating without setting foot on a college campus.
More than three decades after reversing its prohibition of black priests, the Mormon church has disavowed the ban, saying it was put into place during an era of great racial divide that influenced early teachings of the church.
The university plans to open a WSU Connections store in downtown Everett this spring to sell sweatshirts and tailgating gear, Cougar Gold cheese and Wine by Cougars.