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    01.17.2014
    Congratulations to Our Newest PhD and MSc Graduates!


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    10.24.2013
    Dr. John Alderete’s Research on Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Infections (STIs) Recognized


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    09.16.2013
    Dr. Hunt part of WSU Common Reading Lecture Series


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    09.16.2013
    Dr. Hunzicker-Dunn invited to speak at three Named Lectures this Fall


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    09.04.2013
    Position Opening for Assistant/Associate/Full Professor in SMB


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    08.19.2013
    Margaret Black's research developed the thermostabilized suicide enzyme currently being used in clinical trials for brain tumors


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    08.12.2013
    WSU Regents Professor Mick Smerdon elected to state Academy of Sciences


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    06.21.2013
    Integrating knowledge - Biosciences lab delivers job-ready graduates


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    06.20.2013
    BS (Genetics & Cell Biology) + PSM (BS + PSM Program)


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    10.30.2012
    Garlic compound fights source of food-borne illness
    Researchers at Washington State University have found that a compound in garlic is 100 times more effective than two popular antibiotics at fighting the Campylobacter bacterium, one of the most common causes of intestinal illness. Their work was published recently in the Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy.
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