Why camels are being watched by virus hunters
In northern Kenya, researchers are working to prevent a dangerous coronavirus – Mers – from jumping from camels to humans again.
Joint press release from GBADS Partners
Animal health leaders and researchers from the Global Burden of Animal Diseases (GBADs) programme have secured US$7 million from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and UK’s Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, to rollout a framework on measuring animal health burdens and their impacts on human lives and economies.
The next pandemic: What will it be?
75% of the newly emerging diseases currently affecting humans originate in animals. We meet leading scientists from who are working on the next big threats.
Standing by for a surge
If COVID-19 testing on the Palouse reaches surge capacity, it’s on three 2020 Coug graduates to step up and help meet the demand.
What you can do post-vaccine, and when
Particularly in the early months of vaccination, many activities should wait, experts say — and plan to keep your masks.
New York Times
WSU completes two buildings, nears completion on third
Global Animal Health Phase 2 is connected to Allen Center; Plant Sciences Building, Project Back to Omaha were finished earlier this fall.
Is College Football Making the Pandemic Worse?
The game has a remarkable power to bring people together. Right now, that’s a problem.
The New Yorker