Their work could address a major safety issue with lithium metal batteries – an innovation that could make high-energy batteries more viable for next-generation energy storage.
A WSU team has developed a more efficient, safer, and cost-effective way to produce cadmium telluride material for solar cells or other applications, a discovery that could advance the solar industry and make it more competitive.
WSU students are working with the Pullman community to develop a vision for the city’s Gateway District, the area that connects WSU to downtown. A public meeting will be held Thursday, Jan. 30 at 5 pm. in the Brelsford Visitor Center.
The Voiland College Engineering Shops are able to provide students, faculty, and staff the ability to make their ideas into a reality.
An international leader in industrial crystal development, the Regents Professor and Eminent Faculty member died unexpectedly Jan. 2 while skiing in Utah. A memorial is set for Jan. 17 on the Pullman campus.
Lin is one of 168 NAI Fellows for 2019, which is the highest professional distinction accorded solely to academic inventors. The program includes more than 1,000 fellows from 250 universities around the world that hold more than 41,500 U.S. patents.
A WSU faculty member since 2005, Pande is the director of the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science as well as the Boeing Centennial Chair in Computer Engineering.
Bose, a Regents professor and distinguished professor in power in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, was selected in November as one of 29 foreign academics.
A team of WSU engineers developed a deicer containing grape extract and other agricultural waste products that outperforms other commonly used deicers, including road salt and what is thought to be a more environmentally friendly blend of salt brine and beet juice.
A student group at WSU is partnering with villagers in a remote area of Panama to help them gain access to information about clean water, sanitation and hygiene.