PULLMAN — Researchers at Washington State University have created a new, genetically distinct variety of wheat that’s safer for people with celiac disease, opening the door for new treatments and healing potential for the staple grain.
RICHLAND — Washington State University researchers have developed an environmentally-friendly, plant-based material that for the first time works better than Styrofoam for insulation.
Washington State University researchers have created more than a dozen candidate drugs with the potential to curb smokers’ desire for nicotine by slowing how it is broken down in the body.
PULLMAN — A Washington State University researcher has received a U.S. Department of Defense grant to develop a more convenient, less expensive and less painful way to treat serious eye diseases.
By Seth Truscott College of Agricultural, Human and Natural Resource Sciences PULLMAN — Seven research teams at Washington State University will enhance the competitiveness of Pacific Northwest crops by fighting devastating diseases and advancing sustainable agriculture, thanks to more than …
PULLMAN — Morgan Slack knew the warning signs for people contemplating suicide. As a Washington State University student, she even trained other students how to spot them as part of her work at the university’s Health and Wellness Services.
By Nella Letizia WSU Libraries PULLMAN — For 10 years, photographer Lauren Grabelle and her Weimaraner, Sugar, were always on the move. In New Jersey, Grabelle entered Sugar in lure coursing, agility and flyball, sports geared toward burning off Sugar’s seemingly boundless energy. Once settl…
PULLMAN — Washington State University physicists have found a way to write an electrical circuit into a crystal, opening up the possibility of transparent, three-dimensional electronics that, like an Etch A Sketch, can be erased and reconfigured.
PULLMAN — WSU researchers are leading a multi-university effort to improve crop management in the age of big data.
PULLMAN — For the third year in a row, the Department of Animal Sciences at WSU has claimed the national ice cream trophy, the “Big Scoop.”
PULLMAN — As the nation grapples with policing and security issues, criminal justice experts at WSU are developing innovative technology to improve police-community relations, officer training and public safety.
WAPATO — Something in the soil was destroying Andrew Schultz’ grapevines.
By Steve Nakata WSU Administrative Services PULLMAN — When Gizelle Sandoval arrived on the Washington State University campus a few years ago for the Dare to Dream Math and Science Academy, the high school junior wasn’t sure wasn’t sure she wanted to be here. The only world she knew was help…
PULLMAN — First the bad news. Recently, a male white-tailed fawn from Washington was delivered to the WSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital.
PULLMAN — More pets go missing around the Fourth of July holiday in the U.S. than at any other time of year.
PULLMAN — A WSU research team for the first time has developed a promising way to recycle the popular carbon fiber plastics that are used in everything from modern airplanes and sporting goods to the wind energy industry.
SPOKANE — Washington State University researchers have seen how a particular gene is involved in the quality of sleep experienced by three different animals, including humans. The gene and its function open a new avenue for scientists exploring how sleep works and why animals need it so badly.