Working night shifts or other nonstandard work schedules increases your risk of obesity, diabetes, metabolic disorders, heart disease, stroke and cancer.
A Portland Cement Association grant to improve cement testing methods has been presented to WSU researcher Somayeh Nassiri.
To advance knowledge through creativity and innovation, WSU must bridge the gap between academia and industry.
Efforts to create a ‘green-based’ catalyst that will lower the cost of producing bio-based jet fuels has netted WSU Tri-Cities researchers a $500,000 grant.
After five years and nearly 15,000 tagged butterflies, scientists now have proof that Monarch butterflies migrate from the Pacific Northwest to California.
WSU graduate student Xiaochi Ma is making waves early in his career in viticulture, the science of growing grapes.
Researchers combine forces to find nonchemical, natural solution in stopping parasitic worms that cause huge damage to potatoes, grapes, onions and other crops.
WSU researchers have seen how both humans and fruit flies deploy a protein that plays a critical role in their immune responses to invading bacteria.
WSU doctoral student races to help Washington’s apple and pear growers in fight against one of the worst outbreaks of fire blight in recent history.
Xiao Zhang, associate professor in WSU Tri-Cities’ Bioproducts, Sciences and Engineering Laboratory, is targeting the use of lignin to create affordable biofuels and bioproducts.
A WSU researcher has received a U.S. Department of Defense grant to develop a more convenient, less expensive and less painful way to treat serious eye diseases.
Instructors can stop worrying about evaluation revenge as long as they use practices in the classroom that students perceive as fair.
WSU virologist Hanu Pappu has dedicated his life to lessening the negative impacts of plant viruses. His contributions in phytomedicine have resulted in a prestigious Humboldt Research Award.
Margaret Wild, since 2000 the chief wildlife veterinarian for the National Park Service, has been selected to lead Washington’s elk hoof disease research efforts.
Selected proposals, representing a wide range of scholarly activities, received grants totaling $249,986.
Joy Erlenbach’s research has her camping in the Alaska wilderness, surrounded by grizzly bears, for a third summer.
Researchers at Washington State University and the University of Idaho have found a new way to estimate how fast magma is recharging beneath the Yellowstone supervolcano.