Researchers are getting closer to understanding how bears can endure months of inactivity without the harmful health deterioration suffered by sedentary humans.
Problems with improper use and access of the research track have become so serious that WSU Police will be called when people and their animals are found using the track and its surrounding area.
The first-of-its-kind development is expected to make it easier to find treatments for a disease that has destroyed millions of acres of orange, grapefruit and lemon groves around the world.
The tour will take place on Thursday, Sept. 19 on the farm, located on Animal Science Road behind the WSU Bear Research, Education and Conservation Center in Pullman.
Two WSU corporations set annual meetings in Pullman.
A new MOSAIC Center for Student Inclusion at WSU Tri‑Cities will be a home to student resources to enhance equity and inclusion, a place to discover more about various cultures and a central location for students to dialogue and learn about current social issues.
WSU Pullman Transportation Services has teamed up with an app called WayToPark to allow visitors to pay for parking and add more time if necessary from their phones.
The high-tech simulators, which can breathe, sweat, bleed, display neurological symptoms, and voice pain, provide an essential link between classroom and clinical training.
WSU Tri-Cities’ Hanford History Project will host and partner to host a variety of activities throughout September in celebration of the Hanford Site 75th anniversary.
Amber Fyfe-Johnson is embarking on a five-year project to measure physical activity, body mass index, sleep, and gut microbiome in 200 preschool children.
Institute interim director Marcos Frank also announced three inaugural fellows who will play a pivotal role in researching new treatments for ALS and other neurodegenerative diseases.
Product innovation efforts often stall when star inventors and company founders work within the same teams, according to new WSU research.
Moving can be tough, but eventually most of us acclimate to new surroundings. That’s true for humans, and research from WSU shows it’s the same for sage-grouse too.
Pantig said she’ll use her position to advocate for all WSU students, including those attending online through the Global Campus.
Not only is Ryan expected to dominate spring wheat acreage this year, WSU scientists say it could transform the market for wheat growers and their customers, here and abroad.
If you lose sleep over the number of likes on your Instagram account, new WSU research suggests you might want to think twice before posting that selfie.
From critical early developments in television technology to recent detection of cosmic phenomena in faraway galaxies, WSU physicists have been at the forefront of scientific education, innovation, and discovery for 100 years.