Latest Washington State University Stories
KENNEWICK, Wash., Dec.
In the early 20th century, wolves were nearly hunted to extinction in North America because they were endangering livestock. A new study from the Washington State University reveals, however, that it is actually counter-productive to kill wolves in order to protect livestock.
The project is a showcase for Washington state's thriving solar manufacturing industry.
PULLMAN, Wash., Nov.
Edudemic has released the 2015 Online College Report, a guide for students that ranks the best online colleges and universities in each state. (PRWEB) November
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation was named the 2014 ICF Washington State Prism Award Winner at a Celebration of Organizational Coaching Excellence Ceremony and Dinner at the Washington
2014 Nominees are The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Boeing Commercial Airplanes, Clark Nuber and Gravity Payments.
A Washington State University undergraduate has helped develop a new method for detecting water on Mars. Her findings appear in Nature Communications, one of the most influential general science journals.
Washington State University researchers have found “the most famous wheat gene,” a reproductive traffic cop of sorts that can be used to transfer valuable genes from other plants to wheat.
Peter Adler becomes online university's latest board member SEATTLE, Aug.
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