New Washington State University research could help make sure persistent arthritis caused by Lyme disease doesn’t linger for a lifetime.
New study found that children had a physical response when parents tried to hide their emotions.
The exercise takes students far beyond traditional lessons by giving them access to detailed 3D cell models, demonstrating the true complexity of cells that can’t be depicted in textbooks.
A WSU research team led by Nick Engdahl is working to rewrite the book on how to prevent culverts from becoming fish migration barriers.
Canada lynx are losing ground in Washington state. A massive monitoring study led by WSU researchers has found the big cat on only about 20% of its potential habitat in the state.
A WSU-led study published in Nature Communications found that drylands around the world will expand because of future climate change, but their average productivity will likely be reduced.
A research team led by a Washington State University professor has developed a new tool to study how lipids interact with proteins in plants to help understand how photosynthesis happens.
The technology, developed by Biological Systems Engineering Professor Juming Tang, could help eliminate persistent safety recalls of frozen and chilled foods that happen globally every year.
Around 250 students submitted nearly 200 abstracts summarizing their work and results from mentored research, scholarship and creative pursuits.
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.