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Getting mac and cheese to Mars

WSU scientists have developed a way to triple the shelf life of ready-to-eat mac & cheese, which could have benefits for everything from space travel…

Students’ savory food creation boosts nutrition, health for developing world

Five students started with an idea: A simple food that could save lives.

WSU researcher wins prestigious NIFA Fellowship

Horticulture doctoral student, Margaret McCoy, conducts most of her research at the WSU IAREC Center in Prosser, Wash. Margaret McCoy (‘20) has been awarded a…

Football fans enjoy showcase of WSU wine science

The WSU Wine Science Program gave out samples of student-made wine as part of a Taste of Washington event before a recent WSU football game.

Celebrate 100 years of research at WSU’s Prosser station at upcoming events

Events honor 100 years of WSU innovation and discovery in south-central Washington.

WSU’s first endowed deanship commemorates a Northwest pioneer

Family's gift will support academic and research endeavors that reflect James "Cashup" Davis's innovative, entrepreneurial spirit.

WSU, Puyallup teaming up for Appreciation Week

WSU's Puyallup Research and Extension Center is being celebrated by the City of Puyallup as part of the city’s Higher Education Appreciation Week.

AgWeatherNet expands presence in Northwest Washington

AgWeatherNet has placed a meteorologist at the WSU Mount Vernon Northwestern Washington Research & Extension Center for the first time.

Searching for the characteristics of award-winning wine

A new paper from WSU wine scientists finds award winning wines tend to be more complex, with the highest awarded wines having high ethanol and…

Stewardship course for small forest landowners

WSU Extension Forestry offers classes to help landowners through the process of writing a simple forest management plan.
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