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- Leading researchCapturing carbon to slow climate change With a $3.6 million Department of Energy grant, a WSU-led research team seeks ways to capture carbon dioxide from the air.
- Forging solutionsBuilding community resilience in the West WSU is part of a $15 million project to help Inland Mountain West communities deal with extended droughts, frequent wildfires, and population growth.
- Apply NowWe want you at WSUFall 2022 applications are now open. Learn how you can become a #FutureCoug today.
- COVID-19 policyVaccinations and exemptions at WSU: Preliminary dataUnder the state’s COVID 19 vaccine mandate, all state employees must be fully vaccinated or granted an exemption by Oct. 18. See the latest figures.
- Graduate educationImproving the Columbia RiverWith a $3 million National Science Foundation grant, WSU graduate students will engage with community members as they seek solutions to the river’s complex problems.
- Mitigating diseaseIdentification of Brucella protein could lead to infection treatmentThe bacteria that cause brucellosis steal food from their hosts’ bodies to survive. Researchers may have identified an accomplice: a protein in the host cell.
- Research partnershipHelping communities withstand tsunamis and rising seas A new science hub will help coastal communities reduce risks associated with geological and climate hazards.
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