A WSU research team has created a recyclable carbon-fiber reinforced composite that could eventually replace the non-recyclable version used in everything from modern airplane wings to sporting goods.
Researchers have identified epigenetic biomarkers in human sperm that may indicate the susceptibility to father children with autism spectrum disorder.
The WSU Tri‑Cities team is designing the ventilator as part of their senior capstone project under the guidance and mentorship of engineering professors Mohamed Osman and Barbara Philipp.
A new grant from VentureWell will provide curriculum development support for a series of courses focused on sustainable building and entrepreneurship.
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.
New WSU research shows water could help improve catalysts used for thermochemical reactions: lowering energy barriers and more efficiently converting biomaterials to fuels.
New WSU research indicates there may be significant differences in how chronic cannabis use affects males and females.
The WSU research could lead to reduced reliance on energy-intensive processes that are used to move and treat wastewater, which accounts for as much as 2% of total U.S. electrical energy consumption.
WSU researchers have used the ancient Japanese art of paper folding to possibly solve a key challenge for outer space travel – how to store and move fuel to rocket engines.
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.
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.
New WSU research is shedding light on family attitudes towards online privacy. The project could ultimately help increase the use of contact tracing apps.
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.
The research sheds light on how marine biomes are defined and changed by nature and humans.
Washington State University power researchers are working to develop better tools to keep the lights on during extreme events.
Participants in the Motivating Innovation and Research Achievement program will receive $12,000 for tuition for four academic years plus $4,000 for summer research with a faculty member.
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.