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An ASU student rides a Bird scooter in Tempe, Arizona, on Sunday, Jan. 13, 2019.
ASU School of Life Sciences professor, Hugh Mason, gets ready to start working in his lab in Tempe, Arizona, on Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2018.
ASU professor Jin Park poses for a photo outside a lab on ASU's Tempe campus in Tempe, Arizona, on Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018.
The droplet sequencing machine sits inside the lab on the Tempe Campus in Tempe, Arizona, on Thursday, Oct. 18, 2018.
Researchers at ASU are trying to find a cheaper method to discover what mutations cause the most aggressive forms of breast cancer.
ASU researchers are enhancing the development of a new neuromuscular rehabilitative device with the use of soft robotics.
Due to the increase in social media, students are entering a new generation in which they are required to know all forms of media to be competitive and successful at their future jobs.
ASU researchers have been collaborating with Arizona’s Mayo Clinic to find a way to detect Parkinson's and Alzheimer's before the diseases have affected someone.
Michael Oswalt's home-made 3D printer begins creating a whistle in the Tooker House dorms on the Tempe campus, in Tempe, Arizona, on Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018.
From creating art to NASA technology design, 3D printing is a common practice for ASU students and professors.
ASU School of Life Sciences professor, Hugh Mason, gets ready to start working his lab on the Tempe campus, in Tempe, Arizona, on Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2018.
A robotic guide dog and its robotic wheelchair companion sit on a desk in the lab at the School of Computing, Informatics and Decision Systems Engineering in Tempe, Arizona, on Tuesday, Sep. 4, 2018.
A group of students in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering have created a robotic guide dog that could potentially take the place of a living guide dog in escorting visually impaired individuals.
ASU school of life sciences professor, Hugh Mason, gets ready to start working his lab on the Tempe campus, in Tempe, Arizona, on Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2018.
ASU researchers have found a way to create an affordable norovirus vaccine that would limit the number of sick days people have to take.