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- Computing innovationHoney holds potential for making brain-like computer chipsWSU scientists identify a sweet solution to develop environmentally friendly components for neuromorphic computers.
- Health & MedicineDiscovery could help fine-tune immunity to fight infections, diseaseResearch findings hold early promise for the treatment of conditions such as sepsis, arthritis and inflammatory bowel disease.
- Apply NowWe want you at WSUFall 2022 applications are now open. Learn how you can become a #FutureCoug today.
- Supporting WSU#CougsGive on April 13 Where will you make a difference? Join the Cougar family as we recognize generosity, celebrate our successes, and give to the areas that mean the most to us.
- Ukraine crisisSupporting our international community WSU stands in solidarity with the international community in condemning the attacks on Ukraine. Resources are available for students, faculty, and staff seeking support.
- Business climatePriorities changing for business leaders and employeesTo avoid losing talent, enhancing the employee experience has become an important focus for Pacific Northwest companies.
- Strengthening infrastructureNano-engineered sealer leads to more durable concreteResearchers have engineered a sealer that protects concrete from moisture and salt—top causes of crumbling concrete infrastructure in northern states.
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- Apr. 18VPR Distinguished Lecture: “Land as Sacred Text: How Climate Change Will Impact Indigenous Spirituality” Biotech./Life Sciences Bldg. 401/Livestream
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