The WSU Tri‑Cities research, which is funded by a $2.5 million Department of Energy grant, has the potential to be scaled globally.
Researchers created the “Western Monarch Mystery Challenge” to help inform conservation efforts for the migratory western monarchs whose numbers were down to 1,914 in 2020, a drop of more than 90% from the prior year.
Social media and movie streaming companies have a zero problem and new WSU research could help.
A team of WSU students received an approximately $130,000 grant from NASA for a project to wash lunar dust out of spacesuits.
The fund supports research with high market potential and provides researchers up to $40,000 to boost their ability to make an economic impact on society.
Bats could be a key to help prevent a future pandemic. WSU researchers explain why the flying mammals are important in the latest episode of Washington State Magazine’s podcast Viewscapes.
A WSU research team recently developed and used a machine learning algorithm to find the optimal designs for an electric power system for an autonomous unmanned aerial vehicle.
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.
The researchers detected Mexican marigold (Tagetes lucida) in residues taken from 14 miniature Maya ceramic vessels, originally buried more than 1,000 years ago on Mexico’s Yucatán peninsula.
New WSU research shows understanding how global warming occurs is a critical step toward believing it’s real.
A team of WSU students developed a testing robot as part of their senior design project to help match eye‑tracking technology with people in need.
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.