In 1961, WSU students Carl Allen, left, Al Hansen and Bill Murlin of "The Wanderers"
perform Guthrie songs at a campus dance. (Photo courtesy of Bill Murlin)
PULLMAN, Wash. - For a folk singer who's been dead 45 years, Woody Guthrie is drawing more attention than ever. In this year of ...
11-14-12 Shepparton News - WSU Extension expert visits orchards
11-14-12 Nature - There are a lot of people in the field struggling to understand how this can possibly work," says WSU reproductive biologist
11-13-12 Capital Press - WSU extension researcher speaks at Tilth convention
11-13-12 Central Kitsap Reporter - WSU Endowment ...
11-14-12 Seattle Times - President Floyd co-chair of governor's transition team
11-14-12 Wines and Vines - WSU Research Gives Brett a Chill
11-13-12 The Atlantic Wire - WSU researcher discoveres that cow urine can help spread antibiotic resistance
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The International Energy Agency forecasts that the United States will become the world’s largest oil producer by 2020, and will become a net oil exporter by 2030. What the forecasts ignore is the problem of diminishing returns.
The Australian government is working toward a strategic policy framework for future energy supply. It does not include nuclear energy despite goals to lower carbon emissions and keep energy affordable. Should nuclear power be in the the strategic plan?
When Scientific American heard from chemist Ray Baughman a year ago, he and his international team of nanotechnologists had taken artificial-muscle technology to the next level . Their innovation relied on spinning lengths of carbon nanotubes into buff yarns whose twisting and untwisting mimicked natural muscles found in an elephant's trunk or a squid's tentacles.
In developed countries, we've mostly eliminated freeloaders like parasitic worms from our guts. But we also have the highest rates of inflammatory bowel disease, or IBD--when the immune system mistakenly attacks intestinal cells and friendly gut bacteria. [More]
There's certainly been no shortage of news headlines proclaiming that we can now add former CIA director General David Petraeus to the list of powerful men who have been brought down by very well-publicized sex scandals.
The War Crimes Research Office has announced the release of the 16th ICC Legal Analysis and Education Report, "Investigative Management, Strategies, and Techniques of the International Criminal Court's Office of the
Prosecutor." The report is part of the Office's ongoing ICC Legal Analysis and Education Project, aimed at producing public, impartial, legal analyses of critical issues rai
Healthy Relationships, Life Expectations and Stalking Awareness will be among the topics of the Women and Dr. Sylvia Asay, professor and department chair