Graduate student earns prestigious Society of Women Engineers scholarship
Naseeha Cardwell, a chemical engineering graduate student, was chosen from among 1,100 applicants for a Society of Women Engineers 2022 Intel Graduate Diversity Scholarship.Read Story
New artificial enzyme breaks down tough lignin
The enzyme has shown it can chew through lignin, the tough polymer that helps woody plants hold their shape. Lignin also stores tremendous potential for renewable energy and materials.Read Story
Leadership changes in the Voiland College
The Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture announced three new directors for the upcoming school year.Read Story
Hydrogen production method opens up clean fuel possibilities
A new energy-efficient way of producing hydrogen gas from ethanol and water has the potential to make clean hydrogen fuel a more viable alternative to gasoline for powering cars.Read Story
Tenure and promotions for 2022 announced
Thirty-five faculty members were granted tenure this year across the WSU system, and dozens more received promotions.Read Story
2022 Showcase award winners announced
The Office of the Provost has announced the names of faculty and staff to receive this year’s top honors for scholarship, teaching, service, and community engagement.Read Story
Researchers provide first step toward optimal biofuels production
In seeking to address global warming, the aviation industry has committed to reducing its carbon emissions in half by 2050.Read Story
Commercialization Gap Fund supports high market potential research in 2022
An improved method for treating age-related eye diseases is one of nine projects by WSU researchers awarded with gap funding this year.Read Story
It’s WSUFacultyFriday, today with Xianglong Wang!
Taken from https://www.facebook.com/WSUPullman on January 14th, 2022.
It’s #WSUFacultyFriday, today with Xianglong Wang, assistant professor (career track) of bioengineering at WSU Voiland School of Chemical Engineering and Bioengineering.
If you conduct research, what is your main research topic?Read Story
“My main research topic is clinical applications of machine learning. We are trying to use neural networks to quantify lung edema through ultrasound imaging. However, since I am in charge of the senior capstone course, I come across a variety of bioengineering problems as well.”
What classes do you teach at WSU Pullman Spring Semester 2022?
“BIO_ENG 330 Bioinstrumentation, BIO_ENG 411 Bioengineering … » More …
Researchers uncover basics of common industrial catalytic processes
WSU engineers collaborated with researchers from the University of Science and Technology of China to unravel an underlying mechanism of a catalytic reaction at the atomic level.Read Story