WSU Spokane hosts research conference

Washington State University’s Riverpoint Campus in Spokane will be the site of a conference titled “Chromosomes, Reproduction, and the Environment,” on May 18 and 19. Hosted by WSU researchers Patricia Hunt, Terry Hassold and Lisa Shaffer, the meeting will address the causes of chromosomal abnormalities that lead to birth defects, miscarriages and infertility. Participants include […]

Faculty fill up and fraternize

Here are the researchers with office and collaborative lab space in the new Plant Biosciences Building. The names are grouped according to location in the building and shared disciplines. Dennis Johnson, Rm. 107, professor, Plant Pathology, 335-3753, Research: Epidemiology and management of diseases of irrigated crops, and ecology of plant pathogens on natural vegetation. […]

Plant Biosciences stark contrast to building it replaces

Friday’s grand opening of the Plant Biosciences Building on the Pullman campus marks the end of an era and the ushering in of a new style of research at Washington State University. From architectural design, to air circulation, lighting, space and interdisciplinary collaboration, it’s a whole new ball game in scientific research. The difference between […]

Summer work heats up

Summer is around the corner and on the WSU campuses that means construction and renovation for the upcoming school year. Among the largest projects on the Pullman campus will be the Cleveland Hall/Education Addition and the Plant Bioscience Building, adjacent to Johnson Hall. Between Facilities Operations and Capital Planning and Development, the campus should be […]