Between its iconic granite towers which prehistorically graced this Earth as magma, Yosemite’s rivers flow at once violently and coolly in breath-taking waterfalls, meandering streams, and turbulent whitewater deathtraps. Just shy of Rhode Island’s square mileage, everything about this National Park signifies constant change.
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ASU student and alumni startup Hygiea attempts to manage wasted time in waste management.
Tuberculosis, or what those in the field call "The Captain of All These Men of Death" will face a new challenge as an ASU research team reveals their new identification test for active tuberculosis.
ASU’s collaboration with the Mayo Clinic is working to create a positive impact on cancer treatment, according to a physics researcher at the university.
ASU’s Women in STEM student organization advanced its goal to introduce girls to fields in science, technology, engineering and math by winning the Woodside Community Action Grant from Changemaker Central, said Farizah Ali, the club's co-president.
AZLoop, the ASU-based Arizona Hyperloop competition team, advanced to the final round of Space X’s hyperloop competition on March 30.
ASU’s Project Phoenix is preparing to run its first experiments after finishing its preliminary design review for launching a small satellite into space.
ASU researchers have provided insight on how predatory microbes move, with hopes to someday fight bacteria with bacteria.
ASU researchers test biology in the virtual world using computational biophysics, according to members of one lab.
Completely eradicating one’s privacy online may suddenly take zero days.
As with all social interaction, social media can get strange, according to ASU students.
Arms folded, Joshua Kosar watched as small children attempted to control a robot, one of many his robotics club, the Rossum Rumblers, has created.
ASU’s Pulsed Plasma Thruster Team caught lightning in a bottle last Saturday — as long as a vacuum chamber counts as a bottle.
AZLoop, Arizona’s SpaceX Hyperloop competition team, is designing a mode of travel that may be faster than airplanes, according team members.
The Trump administration’s future effects on the environment are as unpredictable as the president himself, Arizona sustainability researchers said.
Advent Diamond, a startup by ASU scientists, is attempting to monetize diamonds through their electrical properties.
When sight fails, ASU researchers experiment through touch.
ASU collaborations with NASA may provide insight into climate change and the origins of the solar system.
When it comes to biophysics, good things come in small packages.
Recent threats of Russian hacks mask what ASU computer science professors say is the most vulnerable aspect of cybersecurity: people.