Unlike some other popular diets, there’s a growing collection of scientific evidence behind intermittent fasting, especially in relation to diabetes and the collection of conditions known as metabolic syndrome.
In a scientific first, WSU researchers delivered a one-two punch to knock out viruses that affect many food, feed, and fiber crops, using precise, targeted editing of viral genes.
WSU scientists modeled the threat posed by “smart devices” and “smart homes” to the nation’s power grid. They presented their work recently at the 2019 Northwest Cybersecurity Symposium.
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WSU research shows premature mortality—death occurring before the age of 65—is three to eight times more likely among non‑whites from low‑income neighborhoods compared to more‑affluent whites in Washington.
WSU scientists have transferred a collection of genes into plant-colonizing bacteria that let them draw nitrogen from the air and turn it into ammonia, a natural fertilizer.
Women across the Northwest can learn how to run resilient farms and businesses while enhancing their own health at the 2020 Women in Agriculture Conference, organized by WSU Extension, on Saturday, Jan. 25.
Salvage logging and re-seeding a forest after a wildfire helps reduce flooding and returns water levels to normal faster, according to a new WSU research.
WSU is part of an international effort to revolutionize the production of rice, a project that recently earned a five‑year, $15 million grant renewal from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
The 2019 Form W-2 Wage and Tax Statements will be mailed by the end of the month to employees’ local mailing addresses.
Every January PERS 2 members who established membership prior to March 1, 2002 have the opportunity to transfer to PERS 3.
A Smithsonian poster exhibit in the Museum of Anthropology on the first floor of College Hall, Pullman campus, – City of Hope: Resurrection City and the 1968 Poor People’s Campaign – has been held over for Spring Semester.
Robert Brueggeman, Associate Professor, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, presents “Barley genome reorganization baits an immunity receptor to trap stem rust.”