Serving for the past year as acting head of research for CAHNRS, Hulbert was selected as full associate dean following a search for candidates.
Two Washington State University researchers are featured in a New York Times health story documenting the scourge of antibiotic resistance in an impoverished Kenyan community.
The approximately $2.3 million research effort is expected to radically improve dog vaccination delivery to address human rabies deaths in East Africa.
WSU researchers have found a way to make food taste salty but with less of the sodium chloride tied to poor health.
Start your spring garden with beautiful, healthy plants, ready to flourish in the spring sunshine.
The refrigeration technology the researchers are developing centers on fighting varroa destructor mites, one of the leading causes of colony collapse disorder in honey bees.
WSU animal sciences researcher Amber Adams Progar is helping launch the new Washington State Dairy Safety Network to help dairy employees stay safe on the job.
Four elk with elk hoof disease were detected in recent months in northwest Washington in areas where the disease had previously not been detected.
Pete Jacoby will help scientists review and share information to build a better picture of plant responses, automation, and how technologies can sense water in the soil and control irrigation.
WSU Extension Pacific County director Kim Patten, who retires April 1, was honored for his work with pollinators.