Research

Mentor program bridges Indigenous knowledge, Western science to build tribal capacity, protect ecosystems

Graduates can connect with Native knowledge holders and western science mentors to support Tribes and understand keystone ecosystems.

Salmon stream

Biofuels pioneer Bin Yang named Fellow of American Institute of Chemical Engineers

Creating plant-based fuels that are easier on the environment and the pocketbook, Washington State University Professor Bin Yang makes a positive impact through chemical engineering. Yang is now one of the newest Fellows of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), a professional society of more than 60,000 scientists in 110 countries. He will be […]

Bin Yang lab members.

Rural youths who drink heavily are more likely to carry a handgun

In the rural U.S., young people who drink heavily are more likely to carry a handgun, according to a recent study by researchers at WSU and other universities.

A handgun lies next to several bullets and a glass with brown liquid and ice on a wooden table.

WSU School of Food Science hosts extrusion workshop for food processing industry professionals

A three-day extrusion workshop on the WSU Pullman campus educated food processing professionals on topics including extrusion processing ingredients and shelf stability of extruded products.