Hutch News

New Science Spotlight Articles

Every month, Fred Hutch postdoc writer/editors summarize two papers from each of our scientific divisions to stimulate collaborations across campus
10 NEW September 16, 2019

Remembering Dr. Ron Reeder, molecular biologist-turned-photographer

Renaissance man and expert in gene regulation had enduring impact on Fred Hutch’s Basic Sciences Division
Hutch News - August 15, 2019

Only the (insensitive worms) die young

From the Brent Laboratory (Basic Sciences Division)
Science Spotlight - March 20, 2017

MacGyvering lab equipment

From old bicycle wheels to an in-house metalworking shop, scientists get creative when the research tools they need don’t exist
Hutch News - March 03, 2015

Mapping uncharted pieces of the human genome

Study sheds light on genomic ‘black holes,’ uncovers DNA information essential for all human life
Hutch News - February 12, 2015

Super drugs for superbugs: Creative ways to combat antibiotic resistance

New discoveries could overcome antibiotic development stalemate, stay ahead of bacteria’s steady march toward drug resistance
Hutch News - January 15, 2015

‘Outrageous experience’: Researchers recall pioneering experiments on Soviet space station

Drs. Roland Strong and Barry Stoddard were part of the first U.S. group to launch scientific experiments 25 years ago on the Soviet space station
Hutch News - December 18, 2014

The FedEx factor: How handling and storage of patient blood samples can impact cancer research

New study reveals how a seemingly major leukemia discovery turned scientific cautionary tale about how standard blood collection can alter results
Hutch News - November 10, 2014

Questions for a ‘genius:’ Fred Hutch’s MacArthur Fellow reflects on life-changing award

As a new class of winners is named Wednesday, Dr. Mark Roth talks about the impact of receiving $500,000 in 2007
Hutch News - September 17, 2014

Shredding the X chromosome: Wiping out female malaria-bearing mosquitos could halt disease

Scientists genetically modify mosquito responsible for spreading malaria so bugs produce mostly male offspring
Hutch News - June 27, 2014
Last Modified, August 15, 2019