With a $20 million federal grant, WSU will lead a multi-institutional research institute to develop artificial intelligence solutions to tackle agricultural challenges related to labor, water, weather and climate change.
Shain Wright, a second year student in the Cultural Studies and Social Thought in Education doctoral program, was selected to serve a one‑year term as WSU’s student regent.
The psychological toll of losing a job due to COVID‑19 caused many young hotel and restaurant workers to consider changing careers, according to new WSU research.
After cutbacks and layoffs, remaining employees were more likely to feel they were treated fairly if the companies invested in them—and morale was less likely to plunge, according to new research.
WSU researchers developed a way to use Zoom to test study participants’ cognitive abilities after using high-potency cannabis they purchased themselves from commercial dispensaries.
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.
Annual parking permits for the WSU Pullman campus are available for renewal now through July 11 and general sales begin July 20.
Following habitat-destroying wildfires, researchers found that many male red-backed fairywrens failed to molt into their ornamental plumage, making them less attractive to potential mates.
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.
The early-summer heat wave continues to create potentially dangerous conditions for pets and the hottest predicted temperatures across most of the region are yet to come.
Extension experts share general suggestions to keep animals safe during the historic heat wave expected to roll across the Pacific Northwest next week.
WSU archaeologist Colin Grier is shedding light on the capabilities of ground penetrating radar to find and identify buried features, including graves, that are many decades or even centuries old.
WSU Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine has received full accreditation, the final milestone in a journey that has spanned nearly six years.
When young adults are more interested in socializing and casually dating, they tend to drink more alcohol, according to a new WSU‑led study.
Even after raising the fish in freshwater, researchers found that the grandchildren of sulfidic-adapted fish had more epigenetic marks in common with their wild, toxic-water-living grandparents than other freshwater fish.
Most consumers care about the technology and the ingredients used to make their microwavable dinners and other shelf ready meals, according to new WSU research.
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.