Washington State Magazine

 

Summer 2003

 

Connecting you to Washington State University, The State, The World

Features

Building the Perfect Bone :: With a new baby as inspiration, and an interdisciplinary team to help, husband and wife Amit Bandyopadhyay and Susmita Bose have set out to solve the puzzle of how to imitate nature's growth of the human bone.

"Problem" Is a Good Word :: There are no stars at Miller/Hull Partnership.

Cooking for 7,000 :: So what are students eating? Just about everything. And how much?

With Eyes Wide Open :: Margarita Mendoza de Sugiyama is on the lookout for crooks, "really slimy crooks."

Survival Science :: Joanna Ellington champions fecundity.

Panoramas

Departments

:: WHAT DON'T WE KNOW:How do bonds break?

:: SEASONS|SPORTS:High jumper with a head for finance

:: SEASONS|SPORTS:Cougars come home again to coach

:: THE OTHER SIDE OF THE COIN:The friends you keep & the wealth you reap

:: PERSPECTIVE:The great conversation

:: A SENSE OF PLACE:Emerald winters, brown summers

Tracking

Shohom Bose Bandyopadhyay, son of Amit Bandyopadhyay and Susmita Bose, has perfected the art of bone-building. Read the story. Photograph by Robert Hubner.