WSU students win top honor at NASA collegiate competition.
Eng 120 course gives students a hands-on introduction to engineering.
WSU researchers provide a roadmap for industry and academics to use 3D printing to design new alloys.
From upcycling agricultural waste to cancer research in Tasmanian devils, six projects proposed by WSU researchers received funding from members of the philanthropic Palouse Club.
A WSU student team won the prestigious Artemis Award at NASA’s Breakthrough, Innovative and Game-changing Idea Challenge for their prototype to clean lunar dust from spacesuits.
Dogan Gursoy, Kris Kowdley, Dan “Annie” Du and Yuehe Lin are on this year’s list recognizing researchers whose publications rank among the top 1% most cited in the world.
The team built and demonstrated a prototype to clean lunar dust from spacesuits—and will have a chance to show it to NASA at the Breakthrough, Innovative and Game-changing Idea Challenge.
Flying to work or the grocery story has long been the stuff of science fiction, but a team of WSU researchers is working to help make it a reality.
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