The Julie Ann Wrigley Global Futures Laboratory will open in December 2021 and house many of ASU's sustainability and global-future related programs.
Business & Tech
Smart City Cloud Innovation Center, Greater Phoenix Economic Council partner on data management platform
The Cloud Innovation Center partnered with GPEC to enhance data distribution and accuracy using Amazon Web Services' working backwards process.
As the Coronavirus pandemic reshapes air travel, faculty at the ASU Aviation Program is actively finding solutions to overcome obstacles.
Three ASU professors found single-use contact lenses to be a major source of microplastic pollution in the first of its kind study.
ASU researchers were awarded a $6 million state contract to develop a new rapid, saliva-based COVID-19 test that would deliver results in under 20 minutes.
New research center focuses on identifying inequities within STEM education and disseminates information to entities that faculty works with to best combat the lack of inclusion.
ASU engineering sophomore created a multitool to limit touching public spaces during the COVID-19 pandemic.
An ASU alumnus created a startup to help students in computer programming gain experience with commonly used software systems.
Tempe restaurant owners say apps such as DoorDash and Postmates can be a double-edged sword.
ASU's daily health check is a set of two questions that ask students and faculty how they are feeling and what steps to take next if they are showing possible COVID-19 symptoms.
ASU opens two new programs to expand business development and leadership at ASU. The new master's will focus on venture development while the Fast-track MBA will allow students to finish in at least 12 months.
A team within The Luminosity Lab designed and developed two units that will disinfect N95 respirators and personal items.
EPA announces designation of Rio Salado as the 20th Urban Waters Federal Partnership Project.
ASU Sync classes will come in three different types this fall semester with varying audio and visual technology.
Health experts said the University's plan is good as long as compliance on and off campus is enforced and testing can be frequent.