Achieving carbon neutrality is not as simple as completely stopping carbon emissions. For an institution as large as ASU, claiming this title involves more nuance than just zero carbon, including monetary expenditure on carbon offsets.
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Jotted, a note-taking platform developed by ASU students Brinlee Kidd and Sylvia Lopez, took first place in the Red Bull Basement Global Final.
The Mission to Psyche is an ASU-led endeavor that is now one step closer to launch after passing environmental testing to see how the spacecraft would fair in the space.
ASU study calls for more inclusivity in research of the use of critical minerals for electric vehicles
The study ultimately found there is a need for inclusivity and collaboration in the research field of this area in order to make changes in the supply chain.
Devil's Depot se asocia con DoorDash y Starship para entregar comida gratis a los estudiantes de ASU
La despensa de alimentos del campus, Devil's Depot, recientemente lanzó dos programas piloto con DoorDash y Starship Technologies para abordar la inseguridad alimentaria y aumentar el acceso a los alimentos para los estudiantes de ASU.
University administrators think the initiative will create a skilled workforce that will make Arizona a competitive economy.
The on-campus food pantry Devil's Depot recently launched two pilot programs with DoorDash and Starship Technologies to tackle food insecurity and increase food accessibility for ASU students.
After winning the $250 prize at Open Pitch, three Sun Devils are using the funds to get their app ideas off the ground, including one to assist students in promoting their own new apps.
Zen Shuttles is providing ASU students and staff a new way to get across campus: electric golf carts. By offering rides at a flat rate of $1.99 per ride per person, Zen Shuttles is aiming to be a cheap and efficient form of transportation.
A Shark Tank style competition for social entrepreneurs and nonprofits called SuperCharger is being developed as a result of an ASU partnership.
ASU is hesitant to hop on electric bus technology, with officials citing performance and price concerns.
The Cronkite School and Global Futures at ASU are partnering to expand the school's sustainability journalism curriculum and has hired National Geographic Editor-in-Chief Susan Goldberg to help.
ASU digital humanities researchers are partnering with marginalized TikTok creators in The Online Creator's Association to investigate the platform's algorithm.
For epidemiologist and ASU professor Megan Jehn, duct-taped boxes of a fan and filters built and delivered by student volunteers are the DIY solution to poor air filtration in K-12 classrooms.
Mikhail Zolotov's career began in Russia, where he witnessed the fall of the Soviet Union before coming to ASU as a professor of geochemistry.
The price tag is adding up on consumer goods across the board, and ASU students will feel even higher prices, some of which might impact tuition.
The CryoPad and the CryoCase are ASU student Jordan Fourcher's inventions aimed at increasing the longevity of phones and preventing the devices from overheating on a regular basis. Fourcher was awarded $15,000 for the venture, which he is using for prototype development.
Two ASU students are developing a mobile app that focuses on helping elderly adults overcome feelings of social isolation and loneliness as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Two ASU students have become finalists in the Red Bull Basement competition with their note-taking/studying app called Jotted. They are currently in their development phase within the competition and the business in general and will be heading to Istanbul in two weeks.