The researchers’ findings showed that participants who were given incentives to reward alcohol abstinence were 70% more likely to test negative for alcohol use than control participants.
The WSU Tri‑Cities research, which is funded by a $2.5 million Department of Energy grant, has the potential to be scaled globally.
WSU and the WSU Foundation announced that the Spark Academic Innovation Hubs’ marquee lecture space will be named the PACCAR Lecture Hall, thanks to a generous donation from PACCAR Inc.
In a case study, researchers tested the theory that events which create memorable experiences can increase life-satisfaction—a deep connection with customers that can have big benefits for businesses.
A new study shows that species can adapt rapidly to an invader and that this evolutionary change can affect how they deal with a stressful climate.
People tend to listen to big talkers, whether they are women or men. Still, more women prefer to avoid assertive language, according to a new WSU study.
WSU researchers are using satellites and drones to help local conservation districts monitor areas near rivers and streams to help improve agricultural sustainability.
Researchers created the “Western Monarch Mystery Challenge” to help inform conservation efforts for the migratory western monarchs whose numbers were down to 1,914 in 2020, a drop of more than 90% from the prior year.
A new agricultural innovation from WSU may solve an ancient predicament: how to protect crop plants from cold damage at bud break.
Diabetic patients taking the natural product goldenseal while taking the prescription drug metformin may be unwittingly sabotaging their efforts to maintain healthy blood glucose levels.
A nonprofit animal sanctuary founded by two WSU veterinarians is the home of last resort for some of the largest snakes in the world, including anacondas, Burmese pythons and red tail boas.
The WSU Farmers Network will host the workshop series Decision Making Using On-farm Data – live on Zoom from 9-11 a.m. PST, Feb. 8-11, each day.
Fortune 500 firms with strong growth profiles are more prone to “cooking the books” than smaller, struggling companies, according to a recent study led by WSU sociologist Jennifer Schwartz.
The Washington Small Business Development Center is hosting an online symposium to celebrate, educate, inspire, and normalize Black-Owned Business Excellence across the state.
U.S. News & World Report announced today that five WSU online programs have been ranked among the best in the nation for 2021.
When entrepreneurs dream up ideas for new businesses, cannabis use might help, and hinder, their creativity, according to a new WSU study.
Four of the nation’s leading experts on constitutional democracy will discuss current crises in the U.S. and abroad in a series of free, online events beginning Wednesday, Feb. 16.