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December 3, 2020 | The New York Times
How scientists tracked down a mass killer (of salmon)
Ed Kolodziej, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


October 2, 2020 | GeekWire
University of Washington studies future of urban package delivery with lockers and street sensors
Anne Goodchild, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


September 1, 2020 | WalletHub
2020's Best & Worst Cities to Drive in
Yinhai Wang, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


August 17, 2020 | Gizmodo
What would happen if we burned all the fossil fuels?
Jessica Kaminsky, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


July 14 | The Seattle Times
West Seattle’s low swing bridge is cracked, too, and needs repairs
Marc Eberhard, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


May 31, 2020 | The Seattle Times
West Seattle Bridge is a surprise crisis, but plenty of other aging Seattle bridges are also vulnerable
John Stanton, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


May 26, 2020 | BBC
Farmers irrigate crops more efficiently thanks to PANI app
Faisal Hossain, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


May 1, 2020 | Grist
Jeff Bezos says ordering groceries online is better for the planet — is he right? 
Anne Goodchild, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


March 18, 2020 | E&E News
Who can fix Uber and Lyft's climate problem?
Don MacKenzie, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


February 12, 2020 | Scientific American
Deadly Air Pollution Doesn’t Respect State Borders
Julian Marshall, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


January 19, 2020 | GeekWire
Researchers tackle the "final 50 feet" of delivery challenge as online shopping spikes
Anne Goodchild, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


December 16, 2019 | NPR
California Uber drivers get more control when accepting rides 
Don MacKenzie, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


November 25, 2019 | Earth & Space Sciences News
No place to flee
Joe Wartman, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


November 25, 2019 | King5
Rise in online shopping means bigger 'cardboard footprint'
Anne Goodchild and Don MacKenzie, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


November 15, 2019 | National Geographic
Which houseplants should you buy to purify air? None of them 
Stuart Strand, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


November 5, 2019 | GeekWire
Is one-day shipping really more eco-friendly?
Anne Goodchild, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


October 14, 2019 | KNKX
Autonomous air taxis: the future of commuting?
Don MacKenzie, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


September 20, 2019 | KIRO Radio
The Future of Self-Driving Cars- Will People Actually Use Them?
Don MacKenzie, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


September 10, 2019 | The Seattle Times
Seattle Uber and Lyft drivers often stop in the street to pick up or drop off riders. Here's a way to reduce that.
Anne Goodchild, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


August 21, 2019 | Reuters
No minorities, no meat? Gig economy deepens cities' divides
Don MacKenzie, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


August 16, 2019 | Fast Company
The future of the global shipping industry is ... bikes
Anne Goodchild, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


July 15, 2019 | CNN
Fast, free shipping has an environmental cost 
Anne Goodchild, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


July 15, 2019 | The Guardian
'I'd drink my jacuzzi': how earthquake scientists prepare for the 'big one' 
Joe Wartman, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


July 8, 2019 | KING 5
Lessons from California earthquakes: What Seattle should know about 'basin effects'
Marc Eberhard, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


July 5, 2019 | KIRO Radio
UW professor: Crisis at border ‘a problem that we can fix’
Jessica Kaminsky, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


June 28, 2019 | USA Today
Call in disaster response teams to help migrant children. 
Jessica Kaminsky, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


April 24, 2019 | Vox
Amazon 2-day shipping: Why packages sometimes arrive later
Anne Goodchild, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


April 18, 2019 | NW News Network
How the Northwest can learn from Indonesia’s deadly 2018 quake 
Joe Wartman, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


April 9, 2019 | CNN
Particulate pollution in the air we breathe kills hundreds of thousands a year, study finds 
Julian Marshall, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


March 18, 2019 | The Seattle Times
Take a common houseplant, add a little rabbit DNA and voilà! You get a super air purifier
Stuart Strand, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


March 13, 2019 | KIRO 7
The risks of the 'big one'
Jeffrey Berman, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


March 12, 2019 | THE WASHINGTON POST
Whites are mainly to blame for air pollution, but blacks and Hispanics bear the burden, says a new study
Julian Marshall, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


March 11, 2019 | KUOW
More pack deliveries means more traffic — and then more deliveries 
Anne Goodchild, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


March 5, 2019 | NBC News
How rabbit genes could turn ordinary houseplants into pollution-eating machines
Stuart Strand, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


February 26, 2019 | Fast Company
A new laser-toting disaster lab aims to save lives by saving data
Joe Wartman, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


February 15, 2019 | Earth & Space Science News
When floods cross borders, satellite data can help
Faisal Hossain, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


February 2019 | Modern Steel Construction
Better seismic performance
Charles Roeder, Dawn Lehman and Jeffrey Berman, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering


December 18, 2018 | Earth & Space Science News
The Value of Snow
Jessicca Lundquist, faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering