A WSU research team led by Nick Engdahl is working to rewrite the book on how to prevent culverts from becoming fish migration barriers.
A WSU-led study published in Nature Communications found that drylands around the world will expand because of future climate change, but their average productivity will likely be reduced.
Keenan Souve, a civil engineering junior, competed on Wheel of Fortune this February after years of watching the show with his mom. His episode is scheduled to air April 7.
WSU researchers have found nanoscale plastic particles tend to move through the water supply, especially in fresh water, or settle out in wastewater treatment plants.
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.
Their work might point to a previously unknown way that bacteria may become resistant to life-saving antibiotics.
WSU researchers have been a key partner and recently joined in the opening celebration of what will eventually be the largest cross-laminated timber (CLT) facility in the U.S.
The commercial air carrier is investing $2 million to study the potential for a sustainable biofuel refinery in Washington state, where WSU researchers already have shown that wood waste can be converted into aviation fuel.
The casual meeting in September led to a $200,000 grant for two engineering faculty members studying clay surface properties.