Category: Science

Mysteries of the Microbiome

Microscopic closeup of microbes

A prominent EWU scientist and his students explores new ways of thinking about a devastating neurodegenerative disease.

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Joy and Growth

EWU DPT students interact with a small child on a therapeutic swing

Eastern physical therapy students learn by assisting little ones in need. By Eastern Magazine Watching children grow, play and learn

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Art and Science

Painted mural in the entryway of the Science Building featuring the moon, a whale, buildings and a helicopter

A colorful celebration of discovery now enlivens the Science Building. By Eastern Magazine Even as the new Interdisciplinary Science Center

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Brave New Communications

Outdoor augmented reality installation on a green slope surrounded by trees

Augmented reality gives prospective students a window into all things Eastern. By Eastern Magazine Plopped down among EWU’s Cheney Hall,

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Beauty Wild and Untrammeled

Sloping hills of the Palouse with the EWU campus and Mt. Spokane in the background

Can Eastern Restore a Long-Lost Patch of Prairie? By Charles E. Reineke In the days before the land was plotted,

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A Next-Generation Science Star Steps Up

Marcos Monteiro in the lab

Earlier this year Marcos Monteiro, a molecular biology student at EWU, earned the university’s first-ever Goldwater Scholarship. Think of it

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For the Love of Lichen

June 4, 2019

Closeup of lichen attached to tree bark

Thanks to an intrepid Eastern researcher, an ‘odd organism’ gets its turn in the spotlight. By Charles E. Reineke She

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