The Backstory: The first step in chronicling the analysis of living human brain tissue is finding a human willing to be chronicled.
The stakes are high for the dedicated University of Washington conservation biologist, who has run into fallout during his quest to protect wildlife.
Sam Wasser pours his intense passion for protecting wildlife into research and catching poachers VIEW
University of Washington conservation biologist Sam Wasser, driven to the point of exhaustion, is serious about his pioneering research and his search for bad guys.
The Case of the Vanishing Ferns: Citizen sleuths can’t figure out what’s killing Seattle’s sword ferns VIEW
Volunteer citizen scientists lead the search for clues to the mysterious die-off of these iconic Northwest plants.
It’s great to notice what’s going on around us. It’s even better to understand, or improve, it.
Remembrances of HIV-positive friends, family, co-workers and partners.
Planned for the Capitol Hill light rail station plaza in 2020, the art-filled walkway will tell the story of the epidemic in Seattle and King...
So many people and organizations played a role in the city’s fight against AIDS (actually, ‘still play’ … present tense).
As an art-filled new memorial takes shape on Capitol Hill, Seattle’s AIDS warriors recall years of challenges, heartbreak — and successes.