The mentored research of nearly 60 undergraduates will be featured at three virtual symposia taking place on July 30, Aug. 3, and Aug. 6.
WSU’s Susan Noh strives to help farmers and ranchers optimize animal health through her research into tick-borne diseases, in particular bovine anaplasmosis, an infectious blood disease in cattle.
Wearable devices can detect people’s stress, according to new WSU research, opening potential new interventions for people with addictions.
A WSU team is developing a system that senses fruit surface temperature and fine-tunes delivery of cool water for evaporative cooling, saving the apples while conserving water and energy.
A research team led by WSU has created a computer model to understand how plants store energy in the thylakoid membrane, a key structure for photosynthesis in plant leaves.
With support from the Palouse Club, research into development of better, 3‑D printed heart models at WSU could improve how well surgeons can practice before heading into the operating room.
When young adults are more interested in socializing and casually dating, they tend to drink more alcohol, according to a new WSU‑led study.
Solving the molecular and cellular mysteries of hibernation also could help advance current research into obesity, heart disease, stroke, and cancer.
The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and WSU Distinguished Graduate Research Program plays an important role in training the next generation of researchers and scholars.
Columbia Basin Long‑Term Water Supply and Demand Forecast, a partnership between the state Department of Ecology and WSU, examines water supply and demand over next 20 years.