A new project-based graduate course will help guide topics on the city of Tempe's 2021 Climate Action Plan update.
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Dreamscape Immersive is partnering with ASU to create Dreamscape Learn labs, virtual reality pods to give students an immersive learning experience.
Researchers have determined there is insufficient evidence to suggest that plastic causes a decline in megafauna population levels.
A student- and faculty-produced simulation game walks players through daily choices to prevent spread of COVID-19.
A study conducted by ASU’s College of Health Solutions found users of different types of technology vary in health habits.
ASU's Luminosity Lab partnered with Lane College to plan redevelopments to an area adjacent to the school to provide a community hub.
A new College of Health Solutions study examined how families' principles impact their efforts to stop food waste.
Renovations are underway for a new area for NEON Biorepository, which houses more than 100,000 biological samples each year for the next 30 years.
ASU's Child Study Lab has started to find stability after many hurdles to research during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A case study by an ASU researcher and a Ph.D. student at NCSU showed overwhelmingly positive reactions to Steak-Umm's Twitter campaign against COVID-19 misinformation.
Biodesign Institute's Beus CXFEL lab has started making "molecular movies" and began research for pharmaceutical development.
Research collected from ASU's LunaH-map spare neutron detector in the Neutron-1 3U CubeSat mission can aid in NASA’s Artemis-1 program.
ASU Professor Klaus Lackner has created a mechanical tree designed to capture carbon from the atmosphere. The prototype will be built as early as next year.
The USDA has awarded ASU and the University of Tennessee researchers a grant to study foreign consumer demand of U.S. beef.
ADHS launched a campaign to promote the flu shot, and ASU professors agree with its importance in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Urban Heat Island/Tree and Shade subcommittee reflected on this summer to discuss future actions to reduce heat in vulnerable communities in Maricopa County.
The EPA awarded ASU's School of Sustainable Energy and the Built Environment more than $300,000 for a project aimed at water and energy conservation.
Latter-day Saint community joins fight on PPE shortage, making 600,000 masks in a four week period for Valley hospitals.