Their work might point to a previously unknown way that bacteria may become resistant to life-saving antibiotics.
An architecture class at WSU will present their ideas for a small luxury hotel to upgrade Pullman’s downtown during an upcoming Town and Gown Collaborative meeting.
The murals, which will be dedicated to the Pullman elementary school on Oct. 21, were created this fall through a unique collaboration between WSU artists and chemists.
WSU research explores the pros and cons of pumpkin production on biodegradable mulch, a practice that puts less plastic waste in the landfill.
WSU scientists have developed a way to triple the shelf life of ready-to-eat macaroni and cheese, a development that could have benefits for everything from space travel to military use.
New research shows large wine challenges tend to favor wines with high ethanol and sugar levels. Flavors often associated with sweetness also increase the chances of winning top prizes.
AgWeatherNet is partnering with Mount Vernon researchers to better serve the expanding small fruit, dairy, vegetable seed, tulip, and potato industries.
WSU’s Charles Edwards has devised a new treatment for Brettanomyces bruxellensis (“Brett” for short)—a barrel-dwelling spoilage yeast that can taint wine, often imparting undesirable aromas and flavors.
Four colorful and exciting outdoor murals created through an innovative collaboration between WSU artists and chemists will be dedicated to Kamiak Elementary School and the surrounding community on Monday, Oct. 21, at 4 p.m. on the new school’s playground at 1400 NW Terre View Dr., Pullman.
On Friday, October 18, in CUB 406, from Noon to 1 p.m. will be the inaugural meeting of the LGBTQ+ faculty and staff. All are welcome to attend.
Students, faculty and staff at all WSU campuses can now enjoy the benefits of CORETECH; WSU’s Apple Authorized Campus Store.
WSU Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections presents: Three Generations of the Paul Family’s Native American Boarding School Experience.