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.
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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.
ASU has partnered with Blue Origin to lead the Orbital Reef University Advisory Council to conduct research and education outreach for the space project.
As Downtown Phoenix ASU students look for jobs this winter break, here are job opportunities not too far from campus.
Analysis of ASU student research shows easing business start-up policy encourages more businesses owned by minorities.
DropParty is an NFT business co-founded by an ASU student to help creators sell their digital art.
ASU researchers have developed three new COVID-19 tests now awaiting FDA approval to be mass produced.
MaRTiny, a new device that measures heat effects, made its debut in the field last weekend at Tempe's Kiwanis Park.
After winning $250 at Open Pitch, ASU student entrepreneurs are using the money to push their business ideas forward.
The Center for Science and the Imagination's 2021 Climate Imagination Fellows are working on more positive visions of a future transformed by climate change.
The City of Tempe is working on cleaning up brownfield sites along the river and creating a green stormwater infrastructure plan.
Phoenix City Council approved Bioscience Healthcare Strategic Initiative for the 2021-22 fiscal year, helping it sustain its investment in the industries.
ASU researchers completed their study with 3M reflective material to cool down bus shelters in Tempe, finding that, on average, the material cools the shelters.
With record high temperatures in Phoenix, a study co-authored by an ASU assistant professor recommends methods to help keep workers safe from the dangers of extreme heat.
The world's most comprehensive map of coral reefs, Allen Coral Atlas, which provides breakthrough tools for conservation, is complete.