Sometimes the scale of things makes all the difference. My microbes are invisible to my eyes, but increasingly important…
The hairball is jargon for data scientists. It means a special graphic that illustrates intersections.
Richard Bojko is building structures on the molecular scale that may help revolutionize the gadgets we use in our everyday lives.
Explaining science is a tricky business. You have to . . . assume that your audience may never have heard those words.
The book, “The Forest Unseen,” is seductive and delightful.
Seattle has a rich resource of both data-driven research projects and scientists who enjoy designing tools that mine data.
A UW effort aims to help scientists make better use of the vast amounts of information being collected.
Small pictures of the microbes growing in my own gut, and in my own house, are filling my mind with questions.
Any day now, I’m going to get lab results I’ve been waiting months to know. They will tell me something about my deep insides.