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New scholarship endowment to support minority and under-represented students in Viticulture and Enology

New scholarship endowment to support minority and under-represented students in Viticulture and Enology

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A three-way partnership between Woodinville Wine Country, Chateau Ste. Michelle, and DeLille Cellars will aim to recruit students from diverse backgrounds for WSU’s wine science…
21 CAHNRS faculty members advance through 2021 tenure, promotion

21 CAHNRS faculty members advance through 2021 tenure, promotion

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21 faculty members advance careers in research, outreach, and education in 2021.
Grant aims to improve nutrition in quinoa from the ground up

Grant aims to improve nutrition in quinoa from the ground up

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WSU received a grant allowing researchers to study the nutritional value of quinoa at every level, from the soil through nutrient benefits to people.
New treatment unlocks potential for baking raspberries

New treatment unlocks potential for baking raspberries

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WSU scientists have found a way to treat raspberries before they’re frozen so they maintain their structure when thawed and used in baked products.
New industry-supported professor works to improve tree fruit productivity, stress defense

New industry-supported professor works to improve tree fruit productivity, stress defense

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Lee Kalcsits is the new WSU Endowed Chair for Tree Fruit Environmental Physiology and Management.
WSU-led research examines how we perceive, trust new technologies

WSU-led research examines how we perceive, trust new technologies

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Scientists study the interactions that affect acceptance of a new technology used for animal welfare: gene editing.