A new study led by WSU researchers has identified a protein that could be the key to improving treatment outcomes after a heart attack.
Regents kick off a two-day retreat in Seattle on June 3. Discussions of the OneWSU system structure as well as what developments WSU Health Sciences Spokane will see in the coming years, among other topics, will be discussed.
For decades, wealthy nations have transported plastic trash, and its environmental problems, to poorer countries, but researchers have found a potential economic bright side to this seemingly unequal trade.
A new fungus strain could provide a chemical-free method for eradicating mites that kill honey bees, according to a study led by WSU entomologists.
A new technique using colorful “soft” X‑rays offers a non-disruptive way of gaining insight into nanocarrier structures, potentially speeding their development for use in drug delivery and oil spill clean‑up.
A new study by WSU scientists shows that the number of screening mammograms completed in a large group of women living in Washington State plummeted by nearly half.
A WSU study found that employer COVID‑19 safety measures influenced worker precautions even when they were not on the clock.
Alterations in the epigenetic programming of hatchery-raised steelhead trout could account for their reduced fertility, abnormal health and lower survival rates compared to wild fish, according to a new WSU study.
WSU researchers have developed an innovative way to convert plastics to ingredients for jet fuel and other valuable products, making it easier and more cost effective to reuse plastics.
A study suggests that policies that charge tolls for driving during peak hours could not only cure traffic jams but also convince motorists it is safe to buy smaller, more efficient cars.
WSU research found that programs exclusively focused on petting therapy dogs improved stressed-out college students’ thinking and planning skills more effectively than traditional stress-management programs.
More than 4,800 students are graduating across the WSU system this spring. Hundreds more graduates from last fall and those expected to graduate this summer will also be recognized during the online event.
With state legislatures preparing for the once-a-decade redrawing of voting districts, a research team has developed a better computational method to help identify maps designed to favor specific candidates or political parties.
A count of the Western Monarch butterfly population last winter saw a staggering drop in numbers, but there are hopeful signs the beautiful pollinators are adapting to a changing climate and ecology.
Professor Arda Gozen looks to a future when doctors can hit a button to print out a scaffold on their 3D printers and create custom-made replacement skin, cartilage, or other tissue for their patients.
Regents are expected to set tuition rates for the 2021–2022 academic year, review designs for WSU Vancouver’s new Life Sciences Building, and consider revised athletics budgets and financial planning, among other actions.
If approved, the plan would keep the Department of Athletics on track with deficit-reduction goals for financial reserves and retiring long‑term debt.