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Ian Burke to lead WSU wheat conservation research as newest Cook Endowed Chair

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Burke will lead conservation research helping Washington’s $800 million wheat industry.

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Sharing improved crops, practices for Washington’s drylands: 103rd Lind Field Day

Sharing improved crops, practices for Washington’s drylands: 103rd Lind Field Day

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Popular field day is a chance for growers to see research into better plants and practices, face to face with scientists.
June 27: Scientists share latest research for better spuds at Potato Field Day

June 27: Scientists share latest research for better spuds at Potato Field Day

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Tour fields and see the latest in disease defense, production advances and new varieties.
Teaching old bears new tricks

Teaching old bears new tricks

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WSU bears respond positively to new training aimed at reducing their stress.
Using Artificial Intelligence to fight viral diseases in plants

Using Artificial Intelligence to fight viral diseases in plants

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WSU scientist used AI to predict likely proteins a virus could attack, which could help plants build a defense to interrupt the viral attack
Associate Dean Rich Zack leads education for future leaders in human sciences, agriculture, environment

Associate Dean Rich Zack leads education for future leaders in human sciences, agriculture, environment

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Expert scientist and passionate leader leads academics in CAHNRS
‘You are our future’: Dean celebrates 2019 Latino Leadership grads

‘You are our future’: Dean celebrates 2019 Latino Leadership grads

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Ceremony honors young leaders making a difference for Washington’s Latino community.
WSU scientists unmask the humble earwig as an apple-protecting predator

WSU scientists unmask the humble earwig as an apple-protecting predator

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Helping Northwest apple growers protect their crops, WSU scientists have found new proof that earwigs are actually valuable predators in apple orchards, rather than the…
Plastic water bottles may one day fly people cross-country

Plastic water bottles may one day fly people cross-country

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WSU scientists have found a way to turn household plastic waste products into jet fuel.

 

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