Biological Systems Engineering

More than 20 CAHNRS scientists and educators earn tenure and promotion for 2022

Exploring improved crops and forestry, new technologies, and healthy farms and communities, a diverse group of scientists advance their careers.

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Legacy of leadership and mentorship for retiring professor

Happiness is more important than pride. That’s one of the main lessons Claudio Stöckle has learned over his 31 years as a professor at Washington State University. “The most important part of any job is to do your thing, and be happy about it,” said Stöckle, who chaired the Biological Systems Engineering (BSE) department for […]

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Using satellite images to measure impact of longer growing season

WSU researchers will use a new grant from NASA to scour more than 20 years of imagery and learn whether the farming technique of double cropping is increasing in the state.

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WSU to lead national AI research institute for agriculture

WSU will lead a multi-institutional research institute to develop artificial intelligence solutions to tackle agriculture challenges related to labor, water, weather, and climate change.

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