By Seth Truscott, College of Agricultural, Human & Natural Resource Sciences SEATTLE – From robots that pick apples to drones that scout pests over cherry orchards, technology is changing agriculture. Advances like these, and many more, will be shared at an upcoming international conference organized by Washington State University scientists.
By Jeffrey Dennison, WSU Tri-Cities PROSSER, Wash. – Washington State University is partnering with Digital Harvest Corp. to test an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) that could provide a safer, less expensive means to blow rainwater off cherry orchards to avoid fruit losses.
By Alyssa Patrick, College of Engineering and Architecture PULLMAN, Wash. – Assistant professor Gaurav Ameta packed technology trends, hands-on learning and industry-applicable skills into one semester-long class project.
A team member tests the RoboSub at WSU pool. PULLMAN, Wash. – The RoboSub team from Washington State University is competing in the International RoboSub Competition in San Diego this week. More than 30 national and international teams will release the autonomous robots they’ve spent months designing, building and testing into an underwater obstacle course. […]
WSU engineering professor Jacob Leachman, left, with students Patrick Adam, Patrick Gavin, Justin Bahrami, Eric Barrow and Christopher Chaney. PULLMAN, Wash. – Test flights of a battery-powered version of what’s intended to be the world’s first university-built, liquid hydrogen-powered airplane have been conducted by students at Washington State University. Researchers want to develop such vehicles to […]