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Study demonstrates stress reduction benefits from petting dogs, cats

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WSU scientists have shown that Pet Your Stress Away programs have stress-relieving physiological benefits.

Award: Precision pruning can help machines safely, efficiently harvest apples

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Team of WSU scientists help put labor-saving machines to work at harvest.

Youth camp bridges new ideas with traditional Native American culture

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USDA Fellowships help students defend Northwest crops, people from pests, pathogens

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Helping sustainably protect important Northwest crops like potatoes, peas, and vegetables from pests and disease, while safeguarding consumers against foodborne illness, students at Washington State…

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At CAHNRS, our mission is to improve the quality of life for the people of Washington state and the world.

Our expertise informs economic and public policies, uses big data to develop resilient crops, dissects the biology of plants and animals, improves upcycling of post-consumer textiles, and so much more.

We invite you to use this site to learn more about our impacts, find collaborative partners, and develop solutions that matter to people – everywhere.

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Dr. Gary Chastagner publishes in SCIENTIFIC REPORTS

Dr. Gary Chastagner publishes in SCIENTIFIC REPORTS

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Genetic analysis reveals unprecedented diversity of a globally-important plant pathogenic genus
Dr. Jill McCluskey publishes in ENERGY POLICY

Dr. Jill McCluskey publishes in ENERGY POLICY

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Willingness to pay for a second-generation bioethanol: A case study of Korea
Dr. Hanwu Lei featured by USDA NIFA

Dr. Hanwu Lei featured by USDA NIFA

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Plastic Water Bottles May One Day Fly People Cross-Country

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WSU operates four main Research and Extension Centers (RECs) that develop sound science, instruction, and outreach to meet local and regional needs and provide practical solutions with immediate economic impact.

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