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Studying fat production and circadian rhythms in grizzlies

WSU researchers are studying bears' fat cells to figure out how they can 'switch' on and off from what would be a diabetic state in…

Scientific bling on WSU bears

Several of our bears at the WSU Bear Center have some new brightly colored jewelry: energy-monitoring collars. The collars will collect vital information from the…

WSU’s On Solid Ground – Biofuels, Stink Bug, Food System – March 27, 2013

Beyond Biofuel: Expanding the Possibilities from Algae Extraction The potential value of an industry based on extracting fuel from algae could be even greater than…

Brett, VEEN, Airfield Estates, Wi Sci Center

Student Combines Temperature and Sulfur Dioxide to Control Brett in Wine Sulfur dioxide is one of the winemaker’s most familiar tools, helping control spoilage yeasts…

Pixie Grape, Vineyards in Afghanistan, Preventing Virus Spread, Zino Forum, Students Win – June 28, 2012 – WSU’s Voice of the Vine

Regenerating Pixie is Important Step in Grasping Grape Genetics Understanding the grape genome in all its vast variety will give growers more effective and efficient…

White Wine Finish, New Issue of VEEN

Finish Your Wine: WSU Researchers Explore White Wine Finish and Consumer Preferences “I was teaching a sensory evaluation class which Emily Goodstein was in, and…

Brett Frets, Campaign for Wine, Wine Cruise

Young Scientist Seeks to Soothe Frets about Brett Every time you take a breath, you inhale fungi and fungal spores. In every cubic meter of…