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Crop scientist Cedric Habiyaremye shares quinoa’s hunger-fighting potential in TED Talk

WSU researcher's efforts to introduce nutritious crop featured on TED@Work

Early career award honors WSU next-gen textile researcher, Hang Liu

AMDT's Hang Liu honored for efforts to create a functional, sustainable future for textiles and apparel.

Wesley Blundell, Jeffrey Luckstead join School of Economic Sciences

The School of Economic Sciences welcomed two new faculty members for fall semester 2020: applied econometrician Wesley Blundell and agricultural economist Jeffrey Luckstead. Both will…

Crop scientist Cedric Habiyaremye highlights global food security challenge amid pandemic

Cedric Habiyaremye, research associate in Crop and Soil Sciences, shared challenges facing international food security due to COVID-19.

Report highlights global collaboration for WSU microwave food technology

WSU Regents Professor Juming Tang, left, and Senior Scientific Assistant Zhongwei Tang demonstrate the WSU-developed microwave-assisted pasteurization system, or MAPS, which is being adopted globally…

CAHNRS faculty receive tenure and promotions for 2020

Thirty-two faculty in the College of Agriculture, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences were promoted this year, with ten receiving tenure, according to the Office of…

Crop and Soils student’s discoveries on root growth featured in Plant and Cell Physiology

Thiel Lehman Fundamental research by 2019 WSU Crop and Soil Sciences doctoral graduate Thiel Lehman was featured this summer in Plant and Cell Physiology. Advised…

Celebrate wine: Consider the science in your stemware

Uncork. Pour. Swirl. Sniff. Sip. The first to cleanse the palate, the second to acclimate, and the third to analyze. But what exactly are we…

Vineyard, WSU scientists team up to battle new virus threat

Something in the soil was destroying grapevines. Naidu Rayapati was determined to find out what.

Big-data computer will facilitate research, collaboration

WSU recently cut the ribbon on a $2.7 million high-performance computer, heralding a new era of gleaning insights from large and unwieldy masses of data.
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