Evan Scannapieco, an associate professor at the ASU School of Earth and Space Exploration, is reaching out to other ASU community members to form a network aimed at developing more inclusive science books for children.
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If the weather is good enough on any given Thursday, ASU’s Tempe campus hosts Fresh and Local, a farmer's market where ASU and local growers can sell their produce.
"Counting the Dead: Arizona and The Forgotten Pandemic" is an interactive exhibit designed to educate the public on a worldwide influenza that killed millions of people from 1918 to 1920.
Troy Albright, a Phoenix based pharmacist and farming entrepreneur spoke to students at ASU’s Polytechnic campus on Oct. 25 about the potential of aeroponics.
During First Friday on Oct. 6 in downtown Phoenix, ASU’s School for the Future of Innovation in Society had a "Frankenstein" themed booth to promote Future of X, the Frankenstein Bicentennial Project and other programs.
The LunaH-Map mission is an ASU cube satellite mission aimed to search for hydrogen deposits on the moon. The mission will be one of the first CubeSat missions to leave the Earth’s orbit.
ASU's Solar Powered Educational Learning Library (SPELL) research team hosted its latest build day on Satuday, Oct. 21 at Peralta Hall on ASU's Tempe campus to teach attendants how to build SPELLs and spread awareness about the team's project.
The ASU School of Earth and Space Exploration (SESE) is hosting a series of open houses in an effort to reach out to the community.
Video games have evolved from moving a few pixels across a screen, to replicating a game of tennis, to a medium that has the potential for storytelling and social commentary.
Citizen science is a movement started by members of the general public who are either passionate about science or unsatisfied with the progress being made in a scientific field.
Not all plastics are recyclable, and this poses challenges for a city’s materials recovery facilities, especially considering the fact that, in 2015, around 322 million tons of plastic are produced globally every year.
ASU has a history of contributing to space exploration, usually offering instruments to put onboard satellites.
Laurie Leshin, Ph.D, is one of ASU’s highest achieving alumna. She earned a bachelor's in chemistry at ASU and also earned a masters and Ph.D in geochemistry at the California Institute of Technology before returning to ASU to teach and later take on several leadership positions.
Although solar cell technology has been around since the 1950s, it has not advanced to the point where it can replace fossil fuels as society's main source of power.
ASU's Biodesign Institute is on the cutting edge of bio-science. It houses the research of professors like Chad Borges and Tony Hu, which has the potential to save millions of lives.
College students must contend with busy schedules and skyrocketing tuition. As a result, many turn to employers like Uber, which says it offers ideal flexibility for student workers.