U.S. Senator John McCain was the first in a string of Arizona lawmakers to discuss cybersecurity issues Wednesday in a keynote speech at an ASU-hosted congressional conference.
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AirGarage has had a busy summer.
While a steady stream of new social media platforms is to be expected, this being 2017 and all, seldom do original ideas find their way to the app store.
The Pediatric Research using Integrated Sensor Monitoring Systems, or "PRISMS," team working out of ASU Biodesign Building B has a very specific objective: To put an ambient air quality sensor in a wristwatch.
A single question motivates a large part of an immune system lab at ASU: Why do vaccines, which heighten the immune system, not make you feel sick?
The device resembles a foot-wide hockey puck. Watching children slide it across the flat test track, one could almost be forgiven for mistaking it as a game of shuffleboard.
For those who have spent their fair share of inner city driving craning their necks in search of available parking, a new ASU startup offers a solution.
Halen LLC, an ASU startup operated from the ASU Polytechnic campus, wants to make keeping an eye on kids at the pool as simple as checking your phone.
Wristwatches and wearables can do just about everything a person desires nowadays, from sending texts to making a dinner reservation. Troxie, a startup created by ASU undergraduate biomedical engineering students, looks to add yet another feature to the wearable space: a pulse oximeter.
Tactical drones don't typically evoke an image of safety, but a startup headquartered at the ASU Polytechnic campus wants to change that. Feromone Robotics is developing a drone to save lives.
The Aquaponos team beamed proudly as they stood beside an orange bucket with a tube sprouting leaves hanging above it. Closer examination revealed that, within the bucket, swam a small number of fish.
Apple is beta testing a Macbook version of its iPhone setting "Night Shift" designed to reduce eye-strain and improve sleep.
Take a magnet and slice it in half. Repeat this process endlessly if you'd like. But the north and south poles, no matter how small, will never separate from one another — until now.
Stephen Hawking, the prominent theoretical physicist and author, has dropped a bombshell by providing humanity with a thousand-year clock ticking ever closer to what he says will be oblivion.
For those who are curious, or still unsure, Pope Francis did not endorse president-elect Donald Trump, nor has Bill Clinton been accused of raping a 13 year-old. These are two stories that circulated among prominent social media outlets leading up to the election, and they are absolutely false.
Electric car manufacturer Tesla and solar company SolarCity have reinvented the solar panel, eschewing traditional aesthetics in favor of something best described as suburban camouflage.
For those who are suffering from a case of post-election blues, a reminder of ASU's scientific achievement over the years might bring some much needed R and R. Below, in no particular order, are three of the most influential research studies to come out of Sparky's fine institution.
In the face of gleaming new gadgets and groundbreaking data, sometimes social issues in the technological community seem to be afterthoughts. However, the scientific industry is shaped by those who participate in it, and a new study says some groups are underrepresented.
Last night, an ASU scientific organization bridged the gap between the scientific and home-grown development communities in pursuit of a rare piece of collaboration in the disparate tech community.
Traditionally, the best way to integrate solar technology with the surrounding architecture has been to use it as shade — anyone who has dipped and ducked their way through the crowds on Cady Mall only has to look up to verify this.