Scientists used human white blood cell membranes to carry two drugs, an antibiotic and an anti-inflammatory, directly to infected lungs in mice.
New WSU research sheds light on the production of an 800-year-old turkey feather blanket and explores the economic and cultural aspects of raising turkeys to supply feathers in the ancient Southwest.
The event will feature over 20 speakers and cover a variety of relevant topics, including pest management, development in small fruit breeding, international trade issues and horticulture management.
New WSU research shows 30% of Washington households have experienced food insecurity since the implementation of the state’s Stay Home, Stay Healthy order in March.
Studies conducted in yeast show that exposure to ultraviolet light induces new types of DNA damage that may cause the deadliest form of skin cancer, malignant melanoma.
The new Plant Sciences Building brings together scientists from four WSU departments to conduct collaborative research that will support Washington’s $51 billion food and agriculture industry.
Columbia Basin College and WSU Tri‑Cities will sign a new agreement on Monday, Nov. 16 that will create a seamless pathway for students to complete their first two years at CBC and transfer to WSU Tri‑Cities.
A new study by WSU scientists shows there is a correlation between the levels of bacteria and fungi in the gastrointestinal tract of children and the amount of common chemicals found in their home environment.
Only about 28% of information systems faculty at U.S. colleges and universities are women, but that’s a statistic Washington State University researcher Michelle Carter is working to change.
Workers experiencing job and financial insecurity are less likely to follow the CDC’s guidelines for COVID‑19, such as physical distancing and washing hands, according to a WSU study.
Nurses and other healthcare providers should talk to patients about their cannabis use the same way they talk about other habits like smoking and drinking: routinely and without judgment.
The ACA Medicaid expansion program has reduced the number of uninsured low‑income people, but repeated visits to emergency rooms for non‑urgent reasons has not decreased, according to a WSU study.
Reports of racial discrimination against Asians and Asian Americans have increased since the COVID‑19 pandemic hit the United States, coinciding with an increase in reported negative health symptoms.
The researchers’ long‑term goal is to help develop a winter cover crop that can thrive in the Pacific Northwest, the U.S. Corn Belt and beyond.
Even conservative epidemiological modeling shows an increase in COVID‑19 cases is likely in small towns that host college sports with fans in the stands.
New WSU research shows teen boys exposed to pro-marijuana messages are more likely than female peers to associate marijuana use with improving sexual activity.
WSU research sheds new light on a molecule that may be used to treat heart conditions that can lead to stroke, heart attack and other forms of heart disease.