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Animal Sciences student cares for rescued elephants in Thailand visit

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Learning first-hand what it takes to be a veterinarian, Isabel Mocca spent part of her summer helping rescued elephants.

New global fellowship program grows discoveries, partnerships in ag research

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In novel exchange, visiting scientists help make discoveries that boost crop yields, protect against disease

Saving sage-grouse by relocation

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WSU scientists followed relocated sage-grouse to show they survived, providing a viable and productive step towards helping their population recover in Washington.

Fellowship helps student scientist defend spinach seed crops from harmful wilt

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Doctoral student Alex Batson is one of 17 new recipients of the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research (FFAR) Fellowship.

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Animal Sciences student cares for rescued elephants in Thailand visit

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Learning first-hand what it takes to be a veterinarian, Isabel Mocca spent part of her summer helping rescued elephants.
Credit classes offered at the WSU Extension Island County office

Credit classes offered at the WSU Extension Island County office

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WSU Everett students are now taking classes remotely from the WSU Extension Island County office in Coupeville.
New global fellowship program grows discoveries, partnerships in ag research

New global fellowship program grows discoveries, partnerships in ag research

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In novel exchange, visiting scientists help make discoveries that boost crop yields, protect against disease
Fellowship helps student scientist defend spinach seed crops from harmful wilt

Fellowship helps student scientist defend spinach seed crops from harmful wilt

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Doctoral student Alex Batson is one of 17 new recipients of the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research (FFAR) Fellowship.
Meet Ryan, WSU’s elite new wheat for the noodle market

Meet Ryan, WSU’s elite new wheat for the noodle market

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Ryan, WSU’s newest spring wheat variety, is winning over farmers thanks to its ability to create an outstanding fresh noodle.
WSU expands Protein Biotechnology Program through new $2.3 million NIH grant

WSU expands Protein Biotechnology Program through new $2.3 million NIH grant

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The National Institute of General Medical Sciences has awarded WSU’s NIH Protein Biotechnology Training Program $2.3 million to support training of Ph.D. graduate students.
Life-cycle could be key in managing pervasive vineyard nematode

Life-cycle could be key in managing pervasive vineyard nematode

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Although the northern root-knot nematode (Meloidogyne hapla) is the most prevalent plant-parasitic roundworm species in Washington vineyards, not much is known about how to effectively…

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