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National Primate Research Center’s Launch Informative Website

New website facilitates research collaborations with the eight National Primate Research Centers. Explore the NPRC’s areas of research, expertise and available facilities.

Animals and Your Health at PAWS on Science

The Center’s Division of Global Programs hosted an exhibit entitled “Animals and Your Health” at UW’s annual science festival “PAWS-on-Science” April 4th – 6th 2014 at the Pacific Science Center in Seattle.

PBS Documentary Crew at WaNPRC

PBS/BBC-based TV production company and evolutionary biologist, Dr. Neil Shubin film at Washington National Primate Research Center.

WANPRC Researchers Work to Rehabilitate Paralysis via Implantable Chip

Scientists associated with the Washington National Primate Research and the UW College of Engineering may hold the key to a rehabilitation therapy for victims of stroke or spinal-cord injury.

WANPRC Researcher Finds Critically Endangered Monkey Population Shifts to Sustainability

American Journal of Primatology (AJP) published article by Dr. Randy Kyes, Core Staff Scientist with the Washington National Primate Research Center, on the stabilization of critically endangered Sulawesi black macaques.

 

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