Custom WSU-themed ringtones and display screens are now available for Cisco office phones on the Pullman campus.
By Maegan Murray, WSU Tri-Cities
RICHLAND, Wash. – Identifying cancer and other health biomarkers in real-time is the aim of a software development project now being pursued by computer science students at Washington State University Tri-Cities in partnership with Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is currently researching how to use mass spectrometry — a technology that allows scientists to identify individual molecules and components in materials such as blood, tissue samples and more — to identify health biomarkers that are indicative of disease and infection in real time. But with this process, thousands upon thousands of individual components and data points … » More …
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