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- Health & wellnessBreastfeeding mothers produce COVID 19 antibodies Breastfeeding women who are infected with COVID-19 transfer milk-borne antibodies to their babies without passing along the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
- Staying wellA healthy sense of disgust can prevent sickness You might want to pay attention to those bad, queasy feelings. New research suggests that disgust could be the body’s way of helping humans avoid infection.
- Become a #FutureCougApply nowFall 2021 applications are now open. Learn how you can become a #FutureCoug today.
- Disease preventionListen to the batsIn the latest episode of Washington State Magazine’s podcast Viewscapes, researchers explain how bats could be a key to helping prevent a future pandemic.
- Leading researchBiomarkers in fathers’ sperm linked to offspring autismThe discovery represents a major step toward identifying factors that promote autism spectrum disorder.
- Sustainable materialsNew composites can be recycled, solving the challenge of disposal Recyclable, carbon-fiber reinforced composites could replace non-recyclable versions in airplane wings, wind turbines, sporting goods, and more.
- Community participationRecovering monarch butterflies: How you can helpJoin the “Western Monarch Mystery Challenge” to help inform conservation efforts for the plummeting western monarch population.
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- Feb. 25 Advanced Grid Institute (AGI) interactive seminar Online
- Mar. 1–Aug. 1 Under the Same Sun and Moon: New Acquisitions from the Collection Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art
- Mar. 2 Panel discussion: Erased Histories—Memory and Memorializing Persecution in Germany and the Pacific Northwest Online
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