Tag: Research

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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.


This month’s column toasting WSU faculty, students, and recently published research.

Voice of the Vine – December 2015

 Events Raise a Glass fundraiser More than 300 west side restaurants will give a portion of wine sales through December to the Raise a Glass…


This month's column toasting WSU Viticulture & Enology donors, newsmakers, and diplomatic visits.

Voice of the Vine – October 2015

Enology certificate students at camp, tannins from vine to wine, raise a glass fundraiser, Cheers!


This month's column toasting WSU V&E achievements features Washington vineyards that have generously donated grapes to the WSU Viticulture and Enology Program for research this…

Voice of the Vine – September 2015

Optical grape sorter, Washington wine industry growth, smoke taint on grapes, earliest Washington grape harvest ever, Congressmen visit Wine Science Center, winery tours, Cheers!

Voice of the Vine – August 2015

Wine Science Center accepting students & grapes, Auction of Washington Wines, Max Benitz, Career Fairs, Viticulture Certificate, Cheers! column

Help optimize ag productivity, prevent heat-related illness and injury

AgWeatherNet and the University of Washington are partnering to develop a new heat awareness and alert system to help agricultural workplaces prepare for heat waves…
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How many varieties of wheat has WSU developed?



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