UW wins $30M grant for infrastructure, doctor training - Puget Sound Business Journal
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On the bright side of climate change: a new study co-authored by Professor Kristie Ebi indicates that increases in atmospheric carbon dioxide could lead to greater growth of artemesinin, a plant used to treat malaria.
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