Greek yogurt is one of the most popular dairy products in America. The benefits of yogurt consumption are well-documented, but production of the popular snack results in a large amount of acidic whey; a byproduct that causes an economic and environmental challenge.
Global Fiberglass Solutions, Inc. is helping industries reduce their environmental impact and growing jobs in Washington and beyond. For the past three years, Washington State University researchers have helped advance both missions.
The fourth year of the CleanTech Showcase was one for the books. Washington State University has been a proud sponsor of the Showcase since day one, and kudos go to the Clean Tech Alliance for this year’s record attendance, number of presenting companies and exhibitors, and high-quality keynote speakers. As the CleanTech Alliance and the […]
Many clean technologies are dependent on rare earth elements and other materials that are expensive and difficult to acquire sustainably. Washington state is home to a strong clean technology industry and world-class research institutions. As a result, both public and private sectors are committed to finding alternative material options that overcome these challenges. To demonstrate […]
Greek yogurt is the fastest growing dairy product line in America. The benefits of yogurt consumption are well-documented, but Greek yogurt production results in a large amount of acidic whey; a byproduct that the yogurt industry has no economic use for. A WSU food science team has developed a solution: a tasty new low-calorie beverage […]
WSU Regents Professor Juming Tang is well-versed in moving discoveries developed in the lab to the marketplace. Recently, the global research journal International Innovation featured the technologies he developed through years of basic research that could revolutionize pre-packaged food. The feature also included a Q&A that gives insight into the process of getting new technologies to […]
When Samual Byrd saw the daily challenges his mom faced as a recently-diagnosed diabetes patient, he wanted to do something to help her get healthy again. As a bioengineering student and entrepreneurship fellow at Washington State University, he was uniquely suited to actually take on that challenge. And he did.
This academic year held several cleantech milestones for WSU – from winning the CleanTech Achievement award in November to breaking ground on the PACCAR Environmental Technology building in May. This month, Washington’s cleantech industry can get a glimpse into the innovation driving those milestones by attending the third annual CleanTech Showcase. Several faculty will present […]
In September, nearly 600 police executives, managers, trainers, and officers will observe the launch of Counter Bias Training Simulation developed at WSU, thanks in part to the Commercialization Gap Fund. “Without the gap fund, we would not be able to get our interactive training into the hands of the police officers who will benefit,” said […]