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Yuehe Lin and Shichao Ding helped develop a low-cost sensor that can detect and accurately measure the amount of the widely used and controversial herbicide, glyphosate, in droplets of liquid in a laboratory test.

Graduate student Nas Cardwell received second place on presenting "Capturing the Coverage Dependence of Aromatics via Mean-Field Models" at the PNWAVS 2021 meeting. » More ...

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Led by Hongfei Lin, a team of researchers has received a $3.6 million Department of Energy grant to tackle what can arguably called one of humanity’s biggest challenges: how to capture carbon dioxide out of the air to mitigate climate change.

The National Science Foundation reported on the work of Haluk Beyenal, postdoctoral research fellow Abdelrhman Mohamed, and graduate students Eduardo Sanchez and Natalie Sanchez who have developed a way to assess soil health by measuring the electric current produced by its tiniest microbes. » More ...

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Ayad Rahmani has been named a member of the board of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy.

A Washington State University and University of Washington team led by Hongfei Lin received a $2 million grant from National Science Foundation Emerging Frontiers in Research and Innovation program for research to recycle and create valuable products out of municipal waste plastics. Geekwire reported on this story. » More ...