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Endowed chair launches new lab to study evolving bacterial foes of tree fruit

Endowed chair launches new lab to study evolving bacterial foes of tree fruit

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Frank Zhao will study and seek better ways to manage devastating pathogens.
International career honor for CAHNRS scientists

International career honor for CAHNRS scientists

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Two WSU CAHNRS professors elected as Fellows in the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Viral proteins join forces to lower plants’ defense ‘shields’

Viral proteins join forces to lower plants’ defense ‘shields’

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Research holds promise to help plants defend themselves, prevent crop losses.
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.