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Ray Baker and his lifetime of research achievements in Washington mint

Ray Baker and his lifetime of research achievements in Washington mint

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Research technician has led experiments aimed at stopping weeds and growing healthy crops for more than 30 years.
Hazelnut shells get new life as strong, sustainable panels

Hazelnut shells get new life as strong, sustainable panels

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Scientists upcyle leftover hazelnut shells into durable, beautiful panels.
WSU students make, distribute blankets for those in need

WSU students make, distribute blankets for those in need

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WSU AMDT students came together to make blankets that were donated to nonprofit agencies and given out to people in need.
After decades, student-built bulldozer comes home to WSU

After decades, student-built bulldozer comes home to WSU

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Cougs always find their way home. Their bulldozer did too.
Viruses without borders: Destructive onion virus evolving, spreading

Viruses without borders: Destructive onion virus evolving, spreading

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Recent study by WSU virologists examined diversity, origins of a destructive virus of onion plants
Legacy of leadership and mentorship for retiring professor

Legacy of leadership and mentorship for retiring professor

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Happiness is more important than pride. That’s one of the main lessons Claudio Stöckle has learned over his 31 years as a professor at Washington…