Their work is a powerful new tool for addressing a bevy of regulatory concerns and commercial claims as non-medical marijuana, hemp and CBD products become more commonplace.
Linguistics major Ava Beck is the fourth WSU student to receive the summer institute’s award; three students, also from the WSU Honors College, received it in 2014.
Researchers at Washington State University are helping grape growers fight iron chlorosis, a pervasive and destructive disease that threatens Concord grapevines throughout the state.
Graduate student Chien-yi Chu designed the concept for a mobile app that she hopes someday could help refugees assimilate in the UK, navigate their first days in a new home, and become a part of the community.
The proposed four-acre elk research facility includes 10 isolation pens, a handling facility, and two 1.5-acre holding pastures.
Grapevine powdery mildew is a perennial challenge grape growers face that can decimate crops if left unchecked, costing the industry hundreds of millions of dollars annually.
The initiative is funded by a $30 million grant from USAID as part of a program to initiate Centers of Excellence in water, energy and agriculture in Egypt.
A new study led by a team of WSU neuroscientists has brought scientists closer to identifying the causes of disturbed sleep in autism.
Join WSU Tri-Cities undergraduate students as they present research and art projects as part of the Undergraduate Research Symposium and Art Exhibition April 30 – May 3.
A team of Washington State University psychologists is looking for new parents in the Pullman/Moscow area to participate in a study investigating how parent‑child interactions influence the development of a baby’s brain and behaviors.