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The University of Washington Department of Genome Sciences, Education Outreach Program (“UWGSEO”) makes this website, including all information, documents, photographs, graphics, and other materials available through this website and all services operated by UWGSEO and third parties through this website, available to the general public for informational purposes only.
The UWGSEO website may contain links to sites on the Internet that are owned and operated by third parties (“External Sites”). You acknowledge that UWGSEO is not responsible for the availability of, or the content located on or through, any External Sites. UWGSEO is providing these links to you only as a convenience, and the inclusion of any link does not imply endorsement by UWGSEO of the site
You acknowledge that this website contains information, documents, photographs, graphics, and other materials (collectively, “Content”) that are protected by copyright, trademark or other proprietary rights of UWGSEO or third parties. All Content on the website is copyrighted as a collective work of UWGSEO pursuant to applicable copyright law. Users of the website may use the Content only for their personal, noncommercial use.
Any information you provide through e-mail addresses as set forth in this site is only used internally by UWGSEO. Names or other personally identifiable information will not be published by UWGSEO except as it relates to its obvious intended use (a letter of endorsement, for example).
We will not SELL, TRADE, GIVE, SHARE or SHOW any information provided to us by our visitors and/or clients, to anyone outside of UWGSEO. (We will only surrender information if forced to do so by an authoritative court or government entity).
UWGSEO is committed to and is making every possible effort to ensure that our website, and the information that we provide on this website, is accessible to people with disabilities. As a result, this website has been built to provide maximum accessibility and usability to its visitors. The underlying technologies employed comply with the industry standards as set forth by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). All pages use valid CSS for presentation and the content is semantically structured with valid XHTML 1.0 markup.
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