By Alyssa Patrick, College of Engineering & Architecture FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – Paul Drumheller (BS ‘87) recently became a fellow of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering, an honor given to the top 2 percent of the organization’s members.
PULLMAN- WSU has signed a licensing agreement with Merial Limited., a world-leading animal health company, to commercialize DNA technology that will benefit beef and dairy cattle producers in the selection, breeding and management of their herds. The technology was originally developed by Zhihua Jiang, assistant professor of animal sciences. “We are pleased to take […]
Research at WSU resulted in 15 separate patents in 2005, involving the expertise and commitment of 21 different faculty members, according to Keith Jones, director of WSU’s Office of Intellectual Property Administration.These accomplishments will be recognized during Showcase 2006 on March 24.“This is obviously very important to the work of the university,” Jones said. Receiving […]
Boeing has donated patents to Washington State University for microwave technology originally designed to dry out spacecraft after ocean landings and cure composite materials for fighter aircraft that could now be used to produce new, flavorful, dried fruits and vegetables that are free of additives. Called the Microwave Vacuum Dehydration Technology, or MIVAC®, the technology […]