Researchers plan to develop models on hilly terrain to create zones with varying chemicals.
Software is being created to identify precious metals in spent nuclear fuel.
Erim Gomez aims to discover the cause of disappearing frogs throughout the state
A newly award grant will fund research on the causes of leukemia.
A symposium honored organic chemistry professor Donald Matteson Saturday.
After the largest donation inWSU history, admins discuss how the money will be distributed.
Michael Wolcott said he hopes the project will improve science literacy among students.
WSU geologist Jeff Vervoort was recognized by the Geological Society of America.
Records show that donations to WSU have not slowed in the past few years.
The recent discovery has cast a new outlook on the lives of plants.
A WSU-led group aims to produce a national breeding effort for raspberries.
A discovery made 35 years ago is receiving support from other experts.
A team of WSU professors led by John Hinson will research the psychology of bad decisions.
One of the nations top fruit distributors hopes to create more jobs in Washington.
WSU biologists seek to discover a more eco-friendly pesticide for dealing with insects.
Professors team up in response to a growing number of antibiotic resistant bacteria.
Cattlemen have less environmental impact than perceived
Undergraduate WSU students presented their research during the university's first Showcase for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities (SURCA) competition Friday in the CUB.
The WSU organic agriculture systems major received $5 million April 20 from alumni Chuck and Louanna Eggert to expand the organic farm and teaching program.
Pullman - Researchers at WSU have found that dioxin, an ingredient in the chemical Agent Orange used during the Vietnam War, can affect the great-grandchildren of those exposed to it.more
Pullman - The word ‘cougar’ means more than school pride to associate professor Robert Wielgus and his team of researchers at WSU.more