Researchers from WSU and UI have received a $50,000 USDA grant to organize a national conference bovine and human milk composition.
Technology being developed at Washington State University could help save amphibians around the world from a deadly fungal pathogen.
By Eric Sorensen, WSU News
PULLMAN, Wash.- As weird animals go, the mangrove killifish is in a class of its own.
By Will Ferguson, WSU College of Arts and Science
The impact of pollutants from the world’s largest oil sand field on the health of amphibians marks the focus of a team of research biologists from Washington State University and Canada.
PULLMAN, Wash. – Zebrafish exposed to very low levels of methylmercury as embryos not only passed on toxic effects of the chemical exposure to their offspring, but also to the third generation, according to a study that investigated both epigenetic changes – chemical modifications to the DNA – and abnormal neuro-behavior associated with exposure.