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The blaring beeps of a weather warning and flood of notifications during rare desert downpours are in every Arizonan's worst nightmare.
The Sunhacks team has cracked the code to creating a successful hackathon.
With 5G speed and self-driving cars around us, our cities are becoming smarter than ever, and with the help of the National Science Foundation, ASU is helping the people who build these cities think smarter as well.
Green is the new gold at ASU, and it has been for some time.
Science and technology reporter, Maya Shrikant sits down with the new executive director of the Swette Center for Sustainable Foods Systems, Kathleen Merrigan. Is food waste really an issue? According to the Food and Agriculture Organization, if food waste were a country it would be the third largest country in terms of green house gas emissions. Kathleen shares what her plans are to reshape the face of ASU's food sustainability practices as well as what can be done by students and faculty to cut down on their own footprint.
The dark, wet, hairy mess tangled between the crossbars of the drain was the monster that filled Justin and Holly Hillsten’s nightmares every night.
With spring registration around the corner and graduation in view, senioritis, commonly used to describe senior students' lack of motivation, is making its way through ASU's senior class.
Sneezing, coughing and sniffling create a soundboard of unseemly noises in ASU classrooms when allergy season hits campus.
Tinder has taken college match-making to another level.
Think you know your dog's ancestry? ASU researchers say think again.
When Destiny Barajas, a sophomore studying informatics, heard her roommate cry out in her sleep, she was struck with fear and concern towards the night terror episode.