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.
Breastfeeding women who have COVID‑19 transfer milk-borne antibodies to their babies without passing along the SARS‑CoV‑2 virus, according to a new study conducted in part by WSU researchers.
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.
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.
From “murder hornets” to life on other planets, the most popular WSU research coverage in a year dominated by COVID‑19 played on questions of how things could get worse or how we might leave this troubled planet.
In a cross-cultural analysis, WSU researchers found several factors may have played a role in building the mutually beneficial relationship between humans and dogs, including temperature, hunting and surprisingly—gender.
Researchers have identified epigenetic biomarkers in human sperm that may indicate the susceptibility to father children with autism spectrum disorder.
The unusual predator-on-predator interaction was captured at an isolated waterhole in Guatemala during a drought year by wildlife ecologists from WSU and the Wildlife Conservation Society.
The more people rely on social media as their main news source the more likely they are to believe misinformation about the pandemic, according to a recent WSU study.
A WSU-led study in Science has found that a transmissible cancer that has decimated Tasmanian devil populations likely won’t spell their doom. The method they used may also help improve understanding of how other emerging diseases evolve.
The Protium Company, a WSU-founded startup that produces novel liquid hydrogen tanks, was featured at the APLU and AAU’s national Innovation and Entrepreneurship Showcase this week.
A study of pond sites in the Cascades found greater amphibian diversity in sites with beaver dams. Red-legged frogs and northwestern salamanders were detected almost exclusively in dammed sites.
The coho-killer is a molecule related to a car tire preservative, according to a study led by WSU and UW researchers published in the journal Science.
States with high rates of high school football participation and strong college conferences, in particular the Southeastern Conference, were among the last to take up regulations on youth concussions, according to a recent study.
Legume geneticist Clarice Coyne and virologist Anthony Nicola have been elected by their peers as Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
A newly developed fast, scalable algorithm can optimize the distribution of vaccines in a simulated epidemic network, potentially bringing the number of infected people down by three to seven times.
The research sheds light on how marine biomes are defined and changed by nature and humans.