A newly developed fast, scalable algorithm can optimize the distribution of vaccines in a simulated epidemic network, potentially bringing the number of infected people down by three to seven times.
Professors Dan “Annie” Du, Kris Kowdley, and Yuehe Lin were named to the annual list that recognizes researchers who have demonstrated significant influence in their fields.
Washington State University power researchers are working to develop better tools to keep the lights on during extreme events.
Participants in the Motivating Innovation and Research Achievement program will receive $12,000 for tuition for four academic years plus $4,000 for summer research with a faculty member.
A new study by WSU scientists shows there is a correlation between the levels of bacteria and fungi in the gastrointestinal tract of children and the amount of common chemicals found in their home environment.
WSU researchers have developed a novel framework to more efficiently use AI algorithms on mobile platforms and other portable devices.
The Washington State Department of Ecology has awarded a $1.6 million grant to WSU researchers to protect, preserve and enhance Columbia River water resources.
Dingwen Tao, assistant professor of computer science, is wasting little time in applying his expertise in high‑performance computing to a wide variety of research projects at WSU.
The research could ultimately lead to earlier detection of the neurodegenerative brain disease that affects 5.8 million people in the U.S.
The finding could someday lead to improved diagnostics and medical treatments for serious and sometimes devastating hereditary heart conditions.