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Exploring the science behind your threads

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Textiles are everywhere: In the clothing we wear, on our furniture, in our cars. They give us shelter from the elements, protect our crops, prevent…

New CAHNRS Dean gets another taste of Washington

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On July 12 and 13, dean André Wright visited field days, tours, and meetings with WSU researchers and stakeholders from all around western Washington.

Is the Key to Saving Pollinators … Honey Bee Semen?

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Brandon Hopkins and the WSU bee program are featured in this story on saving pollinators from Smithsonian Magazine.

Sagebrush hospitality: a home for good bugs can save vineyards

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New research from WSU scientists shows the humble sagebrush could help vineyards fight pests while reducing the use of pesticides.

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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. Lisa Shipley publishes in BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY

Dr. Lisa Shipley publishes in BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY

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Seasonal variation in behavioral thermoregulation and predator avoidance in a small mammal
Doctoral Candidate Ryne Rohla publishes in SCIENCE

Doctoral Candidate Ryne Rohla publishes in SCIENCE

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The effect of partisanship and political advertising on close family ties
Dr. Gustavo Barbosa-Canovas publishes in TRENDS IN FOOD SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY

Dr. Gustavo Barbosa-Canovas publishes in TRENDS IN FOOD SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY

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Bioaccessibility of bioactive compounds from fruits and vegetables after thermal and nonthermal processing,

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