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Go to college to live longer?  WSU economist receives grant to study health effects of higher learning

Go to college to live longer? WSU economist receives grant to study health effects of higher learning

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WSU economist will use a new grant to examine whether more education can actually contribute to better health later in life.
Grower, science partnership fuels future of hay

Grower, science partnership fuels future of hay

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Showcasing the fertile results of their partnership with growers, hay scientists and students in the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences and Washington…
Changing lives for better health: WSU Extension celebrates 50th anniversary of Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program

Changing lives for better health: WSU Extension celebrates 50th anniversary of Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program

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Extension team marks 50th year of nutrition program that boosts health, fights obesity
Campus visit could lead to new partnerships

Campus visit could lead to new partnerships

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Washington Commissioner of Public Lands Hilary Franz visited the WSU Pullman campus to talk with SOE faculty, Dean Wright
Blueprint for plant immune response found, unlocking potential for increased disease resistance in crops

Blueprint for plant immune response found, unlocking potential for increased disease resistance in crops

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WSU researchers have discovered how plants respond to disease-causing organisms, leading the way to potential breakthroughs in breeding resistance.
Research review builds on CAHNRS wheat, barley partnerships

Research review builds on CAHNRS wheat, barley partnerships

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  CAHNRS Dean AndrĂ©-Denis Wright joined members of the Washington Grain Commission at their annual review of commission-endowed research into better wheat and barley varieties,…