Since he began teaching the Veterinary Practice Management class in 2004, Dr. Rick DeBowes has been on a mission to prepare students for something they don’t typically learn in school: how to run a business.
One Friday in early June the Washington State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital was visited by a rather prickly patient. Having suffered from what was speculated to be a fall from a tree, the young male porcupine was brought in by Ryan Law of the Palouse Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation.
Walking into a public hospital on the southern edge of Mombasa, Kenya, around eight o’clock in the morning, there were already 10–15 pregnant women, most with children in tow, sitting on benches outside the clinic waiting to be seen by a health care worker for prenatal care
A $2.2 million gift from the estate of Bernadine and James Seabrandt will create the Bernadine Fulfs Seabrandt Graduate Fellowship in Molecular Biosciences at Washington State University’s School of Molecular Biosciences.
Washington State University researchers have found that plastic products meant to replace the chemical bisphenol A, or BPA, are also causing genetic abnormalities in mice.
Those who knew Paul G. Allen at Washington State University were taken with both shock and sadness when they learned of his death today.
When Kristy Fiorini first held the small, brown-eyed corgi puppy with a white patch on his right ear, she was smitten. A long-time dog lover, she had been wanting a corgi ever since she could remember.
New research suggests that even a small exposure to cocaine can fundamentally alter a delicate molecular net that surrounds brain cells associated with addiction, leading to changes in the activity of brain circuits.
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