WSU researchers in Tanzania can now determine if a dog was vaccinated for the rabies virus with a cellphone camera image.
Coughing fits, anxiety and paranoia are three of the most common adverse reactions to cannabis, according to a recent study by WSU scientists.
New WSU research could help improve the speed and accuracy of computers and robotic systems that instantly analyze images, reason and solve problems. Their work could be used in technology for self-driving cars in addition to many other applications such as robotic surgery.
WSU researchers have found nanoscale plastic particles tend to move through the water supply, especially in fresh water, or settle out in wastewater treatment plants.
Each year, Wazzu Racing competes in Formula SAE, a student design competition organized by the Society of Automotive Engineers. Teams of students are tasked with designing, building and testing small open-wheel style race cars.
In a paper published in Nature Energy, a collaborative team, including WSU and Los Alamos National Lab researchers, has developed a less expensive water electrolysis system that offers a way to store energy in the form of hydrogen fuel.
Organic compounds called thiophenes are found on Earth in coal, crude oil and oddly enough, white truffles. They were also recently discovered on Mars, which could indicate the presence of early life on the red planet.
Crimson Robotics is one of 80 teams competing in the popular BattleBots television show airing on the Discovery and Science channels. The WSU team was selected from hundreds of applicants worldwide.
Computer science graduate students Syrine Belakaria and Aryan Deshwal recently presented their research at the premier machine learning conference in the world with more than 14,000 attendees.
Jugal Marfatia and Namrata Ray entered the NFL’s 2020 Big Data Bowl to answer a question: when a running back takes a handoff, how many yards should we expect him to gain? They will present on their work later this month at the NFL’s Scouting Combine.
Their work could address a major safety issue with lithium metal batteries – an innovation that could make high-energy batteries more viable for next-generation energy storage.
To help create more corridors for wildlife movement, a team led by a WSU graduate student has developed a way to map not only the vegetation but also the types of legal authority governing the landscape.
Butterfly enthusiasts can help monarch conservation efforts by reporting migratory butterfly sightings in California during the Western Monarch Mystery Challenge from Feb. 14–April 22.
A species that is particularly vulnerable to human disturbance, the white-lipped peccaries have lost 90% of their historic range in Central America.
CAS faculty and graduate students in diverse areas are combining forces with colleagues across the university to tackle critical questions by integrating knowledge in a wide array of fields—criminology, biology, English, medicine, archaeology, nursing and more.
A new web portal includes information to connect faculty interested in AI across WSU, serving as a resource for researchers as well as for collaborators and supporters.
A WSU team has developed a more efficient, safer, and cost-effective way to produce cadmium telluride material for solar cells or other applications, a discovery that could advance the solar industry and make it more competitive.