WSU Researchers Use Super-high Pressures to Create Super Battery
PULLMAN, Wash. -- The world's biggest Roman candle has got nothing on this. Using super-high pressures similar to those found deep in the Earth or on a giant planet, Washington State University researchers have created a compact, never-before-seen material capable of storing vast amounts of energy.
'Balanced' Ecosystems Seen In Organic Ag Better At Controlling Pests
PULLMAN, Wash. -- There really is a balance of nature, but as accepted as that thought is, it has rarely been studied. Now Washington State University researchers writing in the journal Nature have found that more balanced animal and plant communities typical of organic farms work better at fighting pests and growing a better plant.
Onion productivity marks focus of plant research
PULLMAN - WSU plant pathologists have won more than $1 million in grant funding to participate in a multistate team of scientists and industry professionals to create a suite of management tools to improve the production and profitability of the U.S. onion industry.
Perennial Grain—Biggest Agriculture Breakthrough in 10,000 Years
PULLMAN, Wash. –Earth-friendly perennial grain crops, which grow with less fertilizer, herbicide, fuel, and erosion than grains planted annually, could be available in two decades, according to researchers writing in the current issue of the journal Science.
PULLMAN – WSU researchers working on developing wheat varieties that grow under severe drought conditions - "desert wheat" - have earned a $1.6 million grant from the National Science Foundation and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
PULLMAN, Wash.—You might not think that science and baseball have a lot in common, but baseball is all about science. On April 13, when famed hitter and World Series champion, Jimmy Rollins, attempts to break the Guinness World Record of 576 feet for the longest batted ball in baseball...
PULLMAN, Wash.− Washington State University’s Center for Design of Analog-Digital Integrated Circuits (CDADIC) has been awarded a National Science Foundation grant for semiconductor technology research.
It’s well known that blueberries are good for you - rich in antioxidants and anthocyanins.
Consumption of blueberries is associated with improvement of ischemic stroke outcomes and of antioxidant capacity in blood plasma.