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Hexagonal > Cubic

Using dime-sized graphite disks propelled at 15,000 miles per hour, plus sound waves and lasers, WSU shock physics researchers collected hard evidence that human-made hexagonal diamonds are stiffer than the common cubic diamonds found in nature. Read more >>>

SLRA members Jack Weyer, Andrew Green and Michelle Lee in front of the WSU Public Safety Building in Pullman.Student-led inquiry

The new Student Legal Research Association analyzed data on racial disparity in arrests by WSU Police on the Pullman campus. Learn more >>

A young person rides a horse with a pair of chaperones.Turning data into action

Partnering with regional non-profit Camp Korey, psychology students help to refine programming for children with serious medical conditions. Learn more >>

Sergey Lapin.More than just numbers

From research on heart malfunctions to teaching courses on Russian culture and global ecology, Sergey Lapin is not your typical mathematician. Learn more >>


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