Scientists from Washington State University are genetically modifying poplars to see if they can produce commercial quantities of the compound that gives roses their aroma.
Washington State University will lead a [new federal research center](http://coe.wsu.edu/ "") focused on finding new biofuels for jet airplanes.
Northwest trout farmers recognize traditional commercial fish feed is unsustainable, so the search is on for a cost-effective alternative fish food. But trout are carnivores. They can't just become vegetarians, or can they?
The Supreme Court of Washington Thursday heard oral arguments in a case that could change how cities, towns and universities manage water.
Conservationists say groundwater used to irrigate Washington State University’s golf course is draining the region’s aquifer. Their legal challenge case could change how cities and towns manage water for future development.
Researchers at Washington State University are hoping to make some economic and social predictions about climate change.
RICHLAND, Wash. – Since 1978, one eastern Washington county has out-produced all other wheat-growing counties in the U.S. But what to do with all the leftover straw? A group of students at Washington State University has found a way to provide power from farmers’ scraps.
Black-tailed deer roam forested areas of western Washington and Oregon, but some say their numbers are declining. Scientists suspect that’s because these deer are having trouble finding food to eat. Researchers are studying black-tailed deer’s diet. Once they know what deer like to munch on, wildlife managers can make sure those plants keep growing in the wild.
Nine baby owlets recently turned up at the Washington State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital, but since their arrival, the owlets have suffered a bit of an identity crisis.
Washington State University announced it’s created a new research center. It will look for ways to bring the country’s aging electricity system in line with 21th century power needs. Besides experts in energy and computer science, the assembled team of researchers includes sociologists and psychologists.
A centuries-old farming technique could soon help organic farmers in the United States. Researchers are using grafting to fight common soil diseases that cause crops to wilt and die.