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Dr. Carol Johnston (left) and Dr. Karen Sweazea pose for a portrait in the Arizona Biomedical Collaborative Building, Monday, Dec. 1, 2014 in downtown Phoenix. Dr. Johnston and Dr. Sweazea work in a lab to produce testing materials for their research on type 2 diabetes. (Photo by Tynin Fries)
Using information gathered from small pieces of rock called chondrules, taken from the Semarkona meteorite that fell to Earth in central India during the 1940s, an international team of planetary scientists has taken steps toward solving the mysteries of how the solar system formed.
(Photo Courtesy of Colby Howell)
ASU neurophysiologist Marco Santello reveals the robotic hand that he has been working on for months. Santo is currently collaborating on a project that employs new advances to simplify the control of grasping movements by a robotic hand. (Photo by Ryan Liu)
Rosalind Sadleir, assistant professor at the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering, poses for a portrait at the Interdisciplinary Studies building on the Tempe campus on Nov. 17, 2014. Dr. Sadleir has worked with students and faculty on research for over 10 years to develop a new way to see electrical activity as it occurs in the brain. (Photo by Andrew Ybanez)
(Left to right) Don Fowler, Betsy Rice, Glen Rice and Catherine Fowler pose after Glen Rice receives the Don D. and Catherine S. Fowler Prize for his upcoming book at the Great Basin Anthropological Conference. (Photo by Reba Rauch/Courtesy of Glen Rice)
Community group leaders involved in the Bridges to High School program prepare to work with middle schoolers and their families. (Photo Courtesy of Nancy Gonzales)
ASU researchers Dan Buttry (right) and coworkers Helme Castro (left) and Poonam Singh work in the lab.(Photo Courtesy of ASU News/Photo by Mary Zhu)
(Back row from left to right) Graduate biomedical engineering students Haiqing Wang and chemical engineering student Tyson Tsutsumi, Professor Vikram Kodibagkar, and undergraduate biomedical engineering student Carlos Renteria, (front row from left to right) biomedical doctoral students Shubhangi Agarwal, Vimala N. Bharadwaj, and Rohini Vidya Shankar, are part of a research team supported by the National Science Foundation. Exploring new imaging techniques, they aim to discern the correlation between aggressive tumors and oxygen deficiency in cells. (Photo by Mario Mendez)
Fernando Ponce with ASU professor David Cherns and Nobel Laureate Hiroshi Amano in front of Gammage Auditorium. (Photo Courtesy of Fernando Ponce)
New research conducted by a group of ASU scientists suggests that the volcanic activity on the surface of the moon ended recently, not 1 billion years ago as commonly believed. (Photo by Ben Moffat)
Bruce uses a camera to capture images of the Grand Canyon as he floats in a raft along the Colorado River. (Photo courtesy of Steven Semken)
(Photo by Shawn Raymundo)
ASU hired Scott Parazynski, a former NASA space walker who also climbed Mt. Everest, as its first University Explorer.
GlobeMed intern Sophia McGovern spent more than four weeks in Lyantonde, Uganda, over the summer, learning about how GlobeMed’s partnership with the ICOD Action Network is affecting local families. (Photo courtesy of Sophia McGovern)
The Center for Integrated Solutions to Climate Challenges at ASU released a report in July about the effectiveness of strategies to lower the urban heat island effect. The report showed that Phoenix's use of urban forestry and cool roofs have helped reduce temperatures in the area. (Photo by Alexis Macklin)
Student members of Professor Marean’s research team work in a Mossel Bay cave. (Photo Courtesy of Julie Russ/Photo by SACP4)
Researchers in Professor Jeffery La Belle’s lab have been working hard to develop a better alternative to blood-based glucose monitors. (Photo Courtesy of Jeffery La Belle)
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