A satellite designed by ASU researchers to detect evidence of water-ice on the moon will begin its journey through space on NASA's Artemis 1 mission, scheduled to launch later this month.
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Students at Learning Futures are developing a virtual reality learning space called Huddle that will be tested by an ASU class later this semester. Huddle is an instructor-led virtual learning experience running on new cellular technology that will be used as a teaching tool.
Kids growing up in the concrete jungle of Pittsburgh are nearly 400 miles away from the ocean. But for David Shiffman, the distance made the ocean feel more magical.
In 2007, ASU set an ambitious goal: achieve zero greenhouse gas emissions from campus operations by 2025, a key component to helping mitigate the effects of climate change.
The Psyche spacecraft, the vessel of an ASU-led mission to a giant, mostly metal asteroid, passed a series of critical tests over several months at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, putting the spacecraft one step closer to launch.
Nowadays, it seems like there is an app for everything, and some Sun Devils are proving it by taking their app inventions to the next level.
Students walk, bike, skateboard and drive to get around campus, but a new student-run business is offering an alternative form of transportation. As of Monday, there's a new option: Zen Shuttles, a "ride-pooling" service for ASU students and staff on the Tempe campus.
As cities across the Valley experiment with electric bus routes, ASU is hitting the brakes on transitioning from diesel to electric, with officials citing performance and price concerns as the main deterrents.
In 1991, the Soviet Union was on its final leg. A military coup threatened to overthrow Mikhail Gorbachev's government and tanks rolled down the streets of Moscow as protesters erected barricades at the Russian parliament building.
Historic inflation has affected markets across the country, and ASU students might see even higher prices on products, and potentially tuition, as a result.
Every day, ASU researchers and students explore different fields of expertise: health care, journalism and robotics. But for decades, the University has spent resources exploring space with NASA.
Downtown Phoenix students looking for work this winter break are greeted with numerous job opportunities within walking distance of the ASU campus.
DropParty, a business co-founded by an ASU student, helps people sell NFTs by creating online storefronts for creators to sell their digital art.
Student entrepreneurs are using funds to send mosquito net repair kits to Africa, develop an app to help people with food allergies and produce phone cases that can help homeless people after winning the money at Open Pitch.
Brewbike is grinding its way to a new start at Tempe Campus as a student-run coffee shop.
As record-high temperatures sweep across Arizona, a new study co-authored by an ASU assistant professor provides heat safety recommendations to help keep workers, including those at the University, safe from heat-related illnesses.
New composting technologies are making it possible for ASU and the city of Phoenix to expand composting operations.
When Rosemarie Dombrowski stood in front of her class and shared a poem about her son, who was diagnosed with autism and three congenital heart defects, it was not just a display of vulnerability with her students — it was an example of poetry used as medicine.