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Seeds of knowledge: Researchers explore genetic secrets of plant growth

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Fundamental research sheds light on how genes, hormones help plants grow

Sustainable farming pioneer wins Bullitt Prize

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PhD student Cornelius Adewale developing apps to help farmers

Perfect pairing: Chef’s gift delivers big benefits for students

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Donation of Cougar Seasonings business helps Animal Sciences students gain career experience

CBS Sunday Morning highlights Cosmic Crisp

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Exploring the heritage and future of apples, journalist Mo Rocca featured the highly anticipated Cosmic CrispTM apple on CBS Sunday Morning. Rocca visited orchards in…

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At CAHNRS, our mission is to improve the quality of life for the people of Washington state and the world.

Our expertise informs economic and public policies, uses big data to develop resilient crops, dissects the biology of plants and animals, improves upcycling of post-consumer textiles, and so much more.

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Hulbert Hall 403
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Pullman, WA 99164-6240
PH: 509-335-4563
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Dr. Jill McCluskey publishes in ENERGY ECONOMICS

Dr. Jill McCluskey publishes in ENERGY ECONOMICS

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Consumer preferences for second-generation bioethanol

Dr. John Browse publishes in PLANT PHYSIOLOGY

Dr. John Browse publishes in PLANT PHYSIOLOGY

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Trimethylguanosine Synthase1 (TGS1) Is Essential for Chilling Tolerance

Dr. Gustavo Barbosa-Canovas publishes in TRENDS IN FOOD SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY

Dr. Gustavo Barbosa-Canovas publishes in TRENDS IN FOOD SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY

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Bioaccessibility of bioactive compounds from fruits and vegetables after thermal and nonthermal processing,

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