Washington State University

Washington State University

Public university in pullman, washington, usa

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Natalie Grover Science correspondent
September 14, 2020
the Guardian
If the new technique works in larger mammals, pigs and other animals could give birth to offspring with particular traits without being gene-edited themselves. Photograph: Murdo MacLeod/The Guardian
Helen Briggs
September 14, 2020
BBC News
Modified animals could improve sustainable meat production, but safety and ethical issues remain.
Mark Terry
May 8, 2020
BioSpace
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Amelia Nierenberg
February 18, 2020
www.nytimes.com
Bakers around the country have joined forces to make a soft, sliced, affordable bread with whole wheat. Their only obstacle? Every other loaf in America.
Hannah Devlin Science correspondent
February 16, 2020
the Guardian
'Natural organic reduction' turns a corpse into two wheelbarrows' worth of soil in four to six weeks. Photograph: Olson Kundig
BBC News
December 1, 2019
BBC News
The new fruit took US scientists two decades to develop and the launch cost $10m (£7.9m).
November 16, 2019
news.yahoo.com
There are three major seasons in the life of a bear: the active season, beginning in May; a period of intense eating, in late September, and hibernation, from January into spring.Physiologically, the hibernation period is the strangest, and the most compelling, to researchers. When a bear hibernates,
Laura Spinney
November 12, 2019
the Guardian
Peter Turchin, a professor of ecology and evolutionary biology, anthropology and mathematics at the University of Connecticut. Photograph: Peter Turchin
October 19, 2019
Canadian Business - Your Source For Business News
SPOKANE, Wash. -- They call it the Cosmic Crisp. It's not a video game, a superhero or the title of a Grateful Dead song. It's a new variety of apple, comin
Harriet Alexander
October 19, 2019
The Telegraph
Launched in time for Christmas, the marketing blitz could not be more carefully choreographed.
Chad Sokol
June 8, 2019
The Spokesman-Review
Washington State University has been chosen to receive a $7.5 million federal grant for research and education programs dedicated to improving the nation's roads and bridges.
By GENE JOHNSON
May 21, 2019
AP NEWS
SEATTLE (AP) -- Ashes to ashes, guts to dirt. Gov. Jay Inslee signed legislation Tuesday making Washington the first state to approve composting as an alternative to burying or cremating...
Gregg Rapp, Menu Engineer
May 16, 2019
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PALM SPRINGS, Calif., May 16, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Menu Engineer Gregg Rapp, an esteemed 37-year veteran of menu consulting and revolutionary change-agent in...
Dana G. Smith
November 7, 2018
Scientific American
Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.
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