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New industry-supported professor works to improve tree fruit productivity, stress defense

Lee Kalcsits is the new WSU Endowed Chair for Tree Fruit Environmental Physiology and Management.
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WSU-led research examines how we perceive, trust new technologies

Scientists study the interactions that affect acceptance of a new technology used for animal welfare: gene editing.
A man in an orange rain jacket and woman in a blue rain jacket looks at a laminated paper with pictures of sea life on it. A beach and open water is in the background.

Training course for those interested in beach stewardship, research, education

WSU Snohomish County Extension’s Beach Watcher program hosts their 12-week volunteer training course starting March 10.

Journeys of change: CAHNRS scholars reflect on Black History Month, inspirations

Scholars reflect on their personal, historic inspirations as they make their mark
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Food safety researcher elected to National Academy of Engineering

WSU Regents Professor and Distinguished Chair of Food Engineering Juming Tang earns "highest achievement an engineer can get in the United States."
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New leader to expand WSU’s decision system for fruit, potato growers

David Crowder expands his role as interim director, helping growers plan for success.

Gardening with Native Plants book inspires perennial passions

From sourdough to home-improvement projects, the coronavirus pandemic has inspired a renaissance in creativity.
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