State-of-the-art facility to be completed in 2021 will serve growing local and global demand for diagnostics and disease surveillance.
Our planet is home to all kinds of lizards. Lizards hatch from eggs, have a backbone, scales, four legs and a tail, which they sometimes lose and grow back.
WSU alumnus Gordon Davis receives philanthropist award from the National Agricultural Alumni Development Association.
Joy Erlenbach’s research has her camping in the Alaska wilderness, surrounded by grizzly bears, for a third summer.
The Amazon Catalyst program has awarded $177,735 in grants to 10 WSU teams comprised of students, faculty and staff across disciplines and locations.
WSU veterinarian Katrina Mealey explains how a dog’s wet nose affects temperature control and its sense of smell.
Capturing nutrients from dairy manure to lessen environmental impact focus of Lynden field day.
PULLMAN, Wash—Washington State University is bringing the third of five candidates for a new position as elk hoof disease research leader to Olympia for a public presentation on Thursday, Mar. 29.
PULLMAN, Wash. – Irene Pepperberg, an international expert in animal cognition and communication, will present the 2018 Robert Jonas Lecture in Biological Sciences on Tuesday, March 27, at Washington State University.
By Will Ferguson, College of Arts and Sciences
PULLMAN, Wash. – New technology being developed at Washington State University could help save amphibians around the world from a deadly fungal pathogen.