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Food science panel looks at how music affects our perception of chocolate

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Does milk chocolate taste creamier when you’re listening to Beethoven?

WSU scientists team up for $12.8 million effort to improve blueberries, cranberries

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Scientists team up for $12 million search for genes, valuable traits for new and tastier blueberries and cranberries.

CAHNRS dean invited to national council

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Dean Wright named to the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research’s (FFAR) Advisory Council for Advanced Animal Systems.

WSU students named finalists in NFL data competition

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Two WSU graduate students are finalists in an NFL data competition that looked at over 23,000 football plays over two seasons.

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Learn Beekeeping this Spring; Harvest More Next Summer

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To help maintain local pollinators, Snohomish County Extension sponsors the Beginning Hobbyist Beekeeper course.
CAHNRS dean invited to national council

CAHNRS dean invited to national council

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Dean Wright named to the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research’s (FFAR) Advisory Council for Advanced Animal Systems.
Food science panel looks at how music affects our perception of chocolate

Food science panel looks at how music affects our perception of chocolate

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Does milk chocolate taste creamier when you’re listening to Beethoven?
Feb. 18: Zoo nutritionist shares how big data helps exotic animals stay healthy

Feb. 18: Zoo nutritionist shares how big data helps exotic animals stay healthy

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Heidi Bissell will share insights from her work with data that helps improve zoo animal health at the 2020 Halver Lecture in Animal Nutrition. Exotic…
Forestry Winter School helps woodland owners care for their forests

Forestry Winter School helps woodland owners care for their forests

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Western Washington forest owners can learn skills to care for their land at the next Winter School, Feb. 29 in Auburn. Auburn, Wash. – With…
WSU scientists team up for $12.8 million effort to improve blueberries, cranberries

WSU scientists team up for $12.8 million effort to improve blueberries, cranberries

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Scientists team up for $12 million search for genes, valuable traits for new and tastier blueberries and cranberries.
WSU professor wins award for distinction in Extension

WSU professor wins award for distinction in Extension

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On learning that she had won the 2020 Extension Distinction Award from ASEV—the American Society for Enology & Viticulture—WSU associate  professor and Extension specialist, Michelle…

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The WSU Bees are getting ready to get back to work for the spring. Here’s how they survive the cold winters.