WENATCHEE, Wash. – My friend Kate Evans said the answer really depends on whether you want the perspective of a person, a plant or even a cat. Evans is a plant scientist at Washington State University in Wenatchee, where she investigates fruit in the Apple Capital of the World.
By Matthew Haugen, WSU News Service RATHDRUM – Check blood sugar, eat food, give insulin, repeat. Doing this four times or more a day is common for people with diabetes. However, when you’re a young child, the reality of being the only person you know who has to do this can […]
As an energy source, fermented sugar is amazingly versatile: one form can liven up a party, another can propel a car. It might also form the basis for making disposable diapers, antifreeze and plastic pop bottles. In a drive for renewable, cost-effective technology, Northwest researchers are taking green chemistry into the future by studying how […]