The proposal was chosen for its unique framework to create a flexible infrastructure for resilient entrepreneurship, which consists of support programs that spur regional economic development.
Whatever bad luck befell Butch, a roughly 1‑year‑old stray dog, his future is looking much more promising after he found his way to the WSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital.
With a $450,000 New Innovator Award from the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research, WSU researcher Haly Neely will lead a team to study how soil compaction impacts crop productivity and yield as well as develop management practices to reduce the problem.
The ability to control your own behavior, known as executive function, might not exist all in your head. A new theory proposes that it develops with many influences from outside the mind.
For the first time, researchers at WSU’s Institute for Shock Physics have hard evidence that human-made hexagonal diamonds are stiffer than the common cubic diamonds found in nature and often used in jewelry.
WSU researchers have discovered a protein that could be key to blocking the most common bacterial cause of human food poisoning in the United States.
New research by a team of WSU scientists could someday lead to treatments to slow or halt the progress of rheumatoid arthritis, a disease which affects an estimated 1.5 million Americans.
Cougar Health Services is contacting people who were impacted to report the error and determine if any repayment is necessary.
Most people rely on family members to help them learn how to open a bank account, find a job or create a budget, but that’s often not an option for youth in foster care, according to new WSU research.
COVID‑19 created many new problems for pregnant women, a WSU study found. Among their concerns, women worried about their babies contracting the disease and being forced to isolate from their newborns in the hospital.
Dr. Jim O’Connell, Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program president and Harvard Medical School assistant professor, will give two virtual presentations March 31 as part of the Robert F. E. Stier Lecture in Medicine.
People who talk with their doctors are more likely to get vaccinated during a pandemic, according to a study of evidence collected during the “swine flu,” the last pandemic to hit the U.S. before COVID‑19.
Around 70% of Gen Z employees currently feel unsure what the future holds for their company, more than doubling from 34% in December of 2019, according to a new Carson College of Business report.
Harm reduction treatment helped people experiencing homelessness and alcohol use disorder reduce their drinking and improve their health—even if they didn’t quit drinking alcohol.
Lester Holt, news anchor for NBC Nightly News and Dateline NBC, will receive the Murrow Lifetime Achievement Award and give the keynote speech virtually on March 30.
After being closed for months because of the global pandemic, the museum has been approved for reopening as WSU begins to carefully expand events and activities available across its Pullman campus.
Findings from the study suggest that night shifts disrupt natural 24‑hour rhythms in the activity of certain cancer-related genes, making night shift workers more vulnerable to damage to their DNA.