“It’s not easy being green.” With apologies to Kermit the Frog, the latest eco-friendly roof installment on campus, at the Northwest Child Care Center, hasn’t found any difficulties yet being green. In fact, it’s quickly becoming a model for future structures.
When Washington Post reporter Sarah Kaplan evaluates a science pitch, she wants something more. She talked to attendees at an annual retreat for the NIAMS Intramural Research Program recently about how a human element can make a big difference.
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Coronavirus spike protein structure. Illustration shows a viral membrane decorated with spike glycoproteins; highlighted in red is a potential neutralization site, which is a protein that might be used as a target for vaccines to combat coronaviruses such as MERS-CoV.
Photo: David Veesler, University of Washington, NIH Funding from NIGMS