By Maegan Murray, WSU Tri-Cities RICHLAND, Wash. – Researchers at Washington State University Tri-Cities and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory have found a new way to define the molecular structure of cellulose, which could lead to cheaper and more efficient ways to make a variety of crucial bioproducts.
COUPEVILLE, Wash. – When bees make hexagons in their hives, the six-sided shapes fit together perfectly. In fact, we’ve actually never seen bees make any other shape. That’s what I found out when I visited my friend Sue Cobey, a bee researcher at Washington State University.
Gardner WSU Advancement and External Affairs (AEA) will be organized into six broad functional areas in a reorganization plan announced by Vice President John Gardner. The areas are: Alumni Relations Marketing/Communications Development Finance Government Relations Economic Development and Global Engagement The teams will be led either by a single person or a […]
Edward R. Murrow is credited with using a new medium — at that time, television — to inspire, inform and educate millions. Now, the Edward R. Murrow School of Communication is working to emulate its namesake by exploiting the strengths of emerging technologies — as well as the strengths of its faculty. This month the […]
Every hundred years or so, it’s a good idea to evaluate how your organization is structured and whether a bit of tweaking would allow it to run more efficiently, productively or logically. The challenge is, people don’t always welcome change or agree on how it should be designed. Washington State University faculty currently are evaluating […]