Construction crews will continue work on the new Plant Sciences Building a few months longer than originally planned in order to complete its top two floors.
The grant is part of an invitation from the DOE to compete in the 2020 Collegiate Wind Energy Competition.
Agricultural professionals in Washington, Oregon and Idaho can learn the latest in soil health practices at the “Healthy Soils, Healthy Region Workshop,” March 12‑14 in Pendleton, Oregon.
It is estimated that 75 percent of contamination in the Puget Sound is unwittingly produced by citizens — via commercial wastewater, sewage treatment plants, stormwater runoff from roads and paved surfaces, construction and other activities.
By Will Ferguson, WSU College of Arts and Science
The impact of pollutants from the world’s largest oil sand field on the health of amphibians marks the focus of a team of research biologists from Washington State University and Canada.
PULLMAN, Wash. – A warming world climate is expected to increase the need for successful recycling of wastewater for human use and irrigation. Controlling disease-causing viruses in this water will be discussed at 4:10 p.m. Monday, April 10, in PACCAR 202 at Washington State University.
By Maegan Murray, WSU Tri-Cities
RICHLAND, Wash. – After growing up in drought-afflicted Ethiopia, Yonas Demissie values water. His research to manage the life-sustaining resource reaches from the U.S. military to the Nile River basin, from Washington’s Hanford nuclear site to biofuels crops and the Gulf of Mexico.
PULLMAN, Wash. – Interdisciplinary research teams poised to address food-energy-water (FEW) system challenges are encouraged to submit a proposal by Feb. 15 to participate in a tri-state workshop April 10-11.