University of Idaho students Sebastian Rueda, from left, Rene Maura and Chris Bitikofer test functionality of a device called “Blue Sabino,” which stands for Bilateral Upper-limb Exoskeleton for Simultaneous Assessment… Continue Reading U of I Engineers Developing Device for Better Recovery Post-Stroke
A recent report by Harvard revealed that yes, investors are buying up homes to make money. Listen (Runtime :59) Read Research from Harvard recently confirmed that investors are buying up… Continue Reading Nearly One Third Of Homes In US Purchased By Investors, New Study Reveals
Both the timber industry and environmental groups are celebrating the Washington Supreme Court’s decision on public land management last week. The decision affirms the Department of Natural Resources’ authority to manage the trust lands for public benefit. Continue Reading Stakeholders React To State Supreme Court Decision On Trust Lands
Tri-Cities artist Greg Pierce travels the Pacific Northwest collecting rocks for his sculptures. Fused with clay and glass, each piece reinterprets the region’s landscape. He’s part of Gallery 110, which represents artists from across Washington state. Reporter Lauren Gallup spoke with Pierce at the Seattle Art Fair. Continue Reading Step Into Gallery 110 At The Seattle Art Fair
Checking every inch of a streambed for freshwater mussels requires a snorkel and a wetsuit. It’s a messy job, but it’s vitally important as these keystone species are declining throughout the West. Continue Reading CTUIR Scientists Snorkel Rivers To Help Save Freshwater Mussels In The Northwest
Beware Of Polar Bears! Washington Adventurer Aims To Be 1st Through Northwest Passage On Paddleboard
An adventurer from Western Washington cast off this week trying to become the first person to traverse the Northwest Passage on a standup paddleboard. The passage is the fabled, but normally frozen, sea route between the Atlantic and the Pacific across the far north of Canada. Continue Reading Beware Of Polar Bears! Washington Adventurer Aims To Be 1st Through Northwest Passage On Paddleboard
Different typed of DIY Swamp Coolers https://www.diycraftsy.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/7-Simple-DIY-Homemade-Swamp-Cooler-Plans.jpg A heat wave is on the way in Eastern Washington. If you don’t have access to air conditioning, building a DIY swamp cooler… Continue Reading No Air Conditioner? No Sweat! Build A DIY Swamp Cooler
Geheim Gallery introduced Seattleites to artists from Bellingham this weekend. Lauren Gallup caught up with the owner and an artist at the Seattle Art Fair.
Continue Reading Geheim Gallery Brings Contemporary Art To Bellingham
The Benton County Auditor is testing a new paid ballot observer program this year using members of partisan and nonpartisan organizations. Continue Reading Paid Ballot Observers In Benton County
An expansion map shows some of the proposed additions at Pullman Regional Hospital. Courtesy of Pullman Regional Hospital/Design West Architects Listen (Runtime 1:43) Read Staff at Pullman Regional Hospital said… Continue Reading Commissioners Approve Bond for Pullman Regional Expansion
Scientists at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory are tagging and releasing lamprey to learn more about their journey to sea from inland rivers. Continue Reading Scientists Use Tiny Tags To Learn How Young Lamprey Travel Through Dams
The first World Outdoor Track and Field Championships held on American soil sprinted to a joyful conclusion Sunday night in Eugene with back-to-back U.S. victories in the 4×400 relays. The full stadium was also treated to a new world record in the women’s 100-meter hurdles by Nigeria’s Tobi Asuman and a new world record in men’s pole vault by Sweden’s Mondo Duplantis. The twin relay gold medals padded a commanding U.S. lead in the final medal standings — 33 medals total, of which 13 were gold. Ethiopia captured 10 total medals (4 gold) as did Jamaica (10 total, 2 gold) for second and third place overall. Continue Reading World Track Championships Wrap Up With More Golds For USA, Praise For Host City Eugene
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