Professor Arda Gozen looks to a future when doctors can hit a button to print out a scaffold on their 3D printers and create custom-made replacement skin, cartilage, or other tissue for their patients.
A new commentary by WSU nursing professors proposes that a pulse oximeter be used instead of a temperature check as an indicator of COVID‑19 infection in older adults.
As the weather continues to warm, WSU veterinarians are asking anyone who suspects orphaned or injured wildlife may be in need of care to call a wildlife rehabilitator before intervening.
Regents are expected to set tuition rates for the 2021–2022 academic year, review designs for WSU Vancouver’s new Life Sciences Building, and consider revised athletics budgets and financial planning, among other actions.
Unkle Drew’z Ginger Sauce walked away as the winner of the Herbert B. Jones $15,000 grand prize on Thursday, April 29, for their dressing, dip and marinade for all foods.
Plant scientists at Washington State University and in Germany will launch a new research collaboration through a series of virtual talks about advances that help feed and sustain our world, starting Tuesday, May 4.
Formerly under the Office of the Provost, WSU’s unit dedicated to building and maintaining relationships with industry partners will be headed by Alex Pietsch in his role as executive director of corporate engagement.
In just three years, WSU turned a $30 million annual operating deficit into a nearly $30 million surplus, helping to start replenishing depleted reserves as it deals with the unprecedented challenges posed by the global pandemic.
How to dig fire lines and safely work around fire engines in the forest environment are some of the skills WSU undergraduate students will learn in Wildland Fire Ecology and Management.
The fund was established more than two decades ago by WSU veterinary students to help animals in need of care but who were either ownerless or their owners could not afford treatment.