Since lynx won’t come to us, a research team led by WSU wildlife biologist Dan Thornton has been bringing cameras to them.
The test could provide veterinarians with a quick-and-easy way to see if a dog will have a potentially life-threatening reaction to commonly prescribed drugs.
The WSU Foundation’s endowment value also rose more than 30% during FY2021 to a high‑water mark of $650 million as of June 30.
WSU students, faculty and staff played a crucial role in COVID‑19 vaccination efforts across the state. Learn more in the Washington State Magazine Fall 2021 issue.
When young adults are more interested in socializing and casually dating, they tend to drink more alcohol, according to a new WSU‑led study.
A study of the Tsimane people, who live on the edge of the Amazon, found they had two health outcomes associated with inequality: higher blood pressure and respiratory disease.
For decades, wealthy nations have transported plastic trash, and its environmental problems, to poorer countries, but researchers have found a potential economic bright side to this seemingly unequal trade.
Murrow College graduates were on the front lines of the protests and demonstrations that swept the nation following George Floyd’s murder a year ago today.