WSU scientists discover coho salmon die, chum salmon survive in polluted stormwater.
The free livestreaming event will take place 7:30 a.m. Wednesday, April 11.
By Scott Weybright, College of Agriculture, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences
PROSSER, Wash. – Towering more than 40 feet high and able to hold more than 30,000 gallons of liquid, the enormous wine tanks at Four Feathers Wine Estates were an impressive and a little intimidating sight to area high school students.
A crippling fungal disease called Fusarium wilt is threatening Pacific Northwest spinach seed production but research is underway to identify effective strategies to combat it.
MOUNT VERNON, Wash. – In the Pacific Northwest, spinach seed is a tiny crop with huge value. And it’s in big trouble.
As Distinguished Professor, Markus Flury will build on retired WSU professor Campbell’s research and teaching legacy.
PULLMAN, Wash. – A new university website, titled Fiscal Health, has been created to keep the Washington State University community informed and involved in the systemwide initiative to restore WSU’s fiscal health.
In this free workshop, participants will learn about the publication process, the foundations of good scientific writing, constructing a manuscript, and the scientific review process.
PULLMAN, Wash. – The MLK Distinguished Service Award nomination deadline has been extended to Thursday, Nov. 30.
David James is an expert on caterpillars but his latest work, The Book of Caterpillars: A Life-Size Guide to Six Hundred Species from around the World, is written for a general audience. The beautiful, full-color, life-size photos provide a glimpse into the insect world few might realize exists.