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Analysis: no systematic agency bias in Washington State Patrol traffic stops

Helping improve policing, WSU researchers analyzed five years of traffic stops by Washington State Patrol.
A woman opens a door on a metal box about her height, surrounded by other metal structures in a grass field.

Honoring 125 years of weather data collection

WSU Extension collects weather data each week, continuing a practice that dates back over 125 years at the same location in Clark County.
Stephanie Blair at river

Tribal connection inspires efforts to save salmon from toxic chemical

Stephanie Blair draws on science, and the knowledge and connection with her Native American community.
Extreme close-up of a black wasp with its rear end against the surface of a blueberry.

Natural enemy of invasive, berry-eating fly found in U.S.

WSU researchers confirmed the first discovery of a new wasp in the U.S. that is a natural enemy of the spotted-wing drosophila, a harmful invasive pest.
Walsh, holding a large burlap sack of hops, in a sack-filled workroom.

Grant aims for better hops, better beer

WSU is leading a new four-year, $4.8 million grant to advance hops and help hop growers make better beer.
Pile of bright pink sweetpotatoes on brown dirt.

Sweetpotatoes can be grown in Pacific Northwest

Sweetpotatoes are typically grown in the warmer southern states, but WSU researchers are trying to see if they can be grown in Washington.
A man holds a plastic bag in an orchard. He's applying gray dust to the ground by hand.

New WSU report charts biochar path

A team lead by WSU published a roadmap for the future development of the biochar industry in the Pacific Northwest and beyond.
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