When people learn that a charitable contribution they earmarked for a specific project was used for another cause, they feel betrayed – and often punish the charity even when the alternative recipient also was a worthwhile cause, new research from WSU indicates.
WSU researchers are creating the first-ever “IQ test” for artificial intelligence systems that would score how well they learn and adapt to new, unknown environments.
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WSU Healthcare professionals tell us some of the gifts they’ve given that can help encourage exercise, sleep, relaxation or self‑care.
In his 30‑minute BBC radio documentary, “The Digital Election: How social media is reshaping UK democracy,” Travis Ridout shares highlights and insights of his interviews with a variety of sources, including British voters and online advertising professionals.
The more diverse a farm’s plant population, the more beneficial it is for bee pollinators, and the more efficiently those pollinators work, according to new WSU research.
Two new projects, funded by more than $600,000 in national and state grants, are helping landowners become experts at protecting their forests.
Gary Chastagner’s excitement for holiday fir trees has permeated his research work since 1979 and recently earned him a Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Christmas Tree Association.
While aerial drones equipped with high-resolution cameras are well suited for observing plant development, satellites could be the next leap ahead for farmers seeking to monitor their crops over large or scattered plots.
We will hold our FINAL 2019 Apple Sales before winter break this week Friday, December 13, and Saturday, December 14, in Building 400A at the WSU Horticulture Center within the WSU Spillman Farm.
On December 16 our Health Savings Account (HSA) vendor HealthEquity is issuing new cards for all current UMP CDHP enrollees who have re-enrolled in UMP CDHP for 2020.
Information Technology Services’ (ITS) Zoom support team would like to offer the following service information:
Lithium batteries are regulated as a hazardous material under the U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT’s) Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR; 49 C.F.R., Parts 171-180).