WSU researchers in Tanzania can now determine if a dog was vaccinated for the rabies virus with a cellphone camera image.
WSU’s Elizabeth Weybright, whose research focuses on leisure and boredom, has insights for parents dealing with bored kids at home during this unprecedented pandemic.
The Washington Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory on the Pullman campus has begun limited testing of animal samples for the SARS‑CoV‑2 virus, the causative agent for COVID‑19.
Koithan was chosen after a nationwide search and has more than 30 years of academic and leadership experience in nursing. She replaces Mel Haberman, who has served as interim dean for the College of Nursing since March 2019.
Coughing fits, anxiety and paranoia are three of the most common adverse reactions to cannabis, according to a recent study by WSU scientists.
The digital exhibition is the culmination of two or more years work by the Master of Fine Arts graduate candidates and the first of its kind for the museum. It will be online from March 31–May 9.
WSU infectious disease epidemiologist Eric Lofgren said that while extreme social distancing measures may prove unsustainable, some intermediate steps may need to be put in place to weather the outbreak.
To help stem the decrease in donations in the wake of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak, the campus is hosting a blood drive on Friday, March 27, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Consolidated Information Center (CIC).
WSU researchers found that students who learned with seductive details, irrelevant but interesting information, performed lower on learning outcome measures than those who learned without those extra details.
The decision is part of WSU’s ongoing response to the COVID-19 public health emergency and in accordance with Washington Gov. Jay Inslee’s temporary statewide shutdown of public facilities and recreational centers, including museums.
A new study by a WSU psychologist explores how living in a big city or small town can help shape an infant’s behavior.
Effective immediately, the Veterinary Teaching Hospital (VTH) has suspended all elective appointments. The hospital remains open and will take urgent and emergency cases only for all species for a minimum of two weeks.
The Regents also authorized a ten‑year lease for space on the Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences campus in Yakima for the College of Nursing’s educational program.
In a paper published in Nature Energy, a collaborative team, including WSU and Los Alamos National Lab researchers, has developed a less expensive water electrolysis system that offers a way to store energy in the form of hydrogen fuel.
The nearly 50‑acre property, which WSU bought this winter, will house most of the Department of Entomology’s Honey Bee and Pollinator program.
Regents are also planning to attend a groundbreaking celebration for WSU Tri-Cities’ new Academic Building, located across from the Consolidated Information Center.
WSU research has linked chronic depression with increased health problems for moms and children in poor rural communities, revealing the need for better treatment based on teamwork and trust.