Business & Tech
Gov. Doug Ducey announced Thursday at a press conference that ASU has partnered with the state to provide saliva-based COVID-19 testing throughout the state.
Cases of the coronavirus are no longer growing exponentially, but still heading in the wrong direction, according to Biodesign Institute director Joshua LaBaer.
Antique Sugar, a vintage clothing store in downtown Phoenix, has reopened. But, the process has not been easy.
After five years planning logistics, the Psyche Mission team is now ready to assemble the spacecraft and it's instruments.
A new report gives four possible scenarios for 2050, considering the ways an ageing society and evolving technology will shape the future.
Tempe partners with the Desert Financial Credit Union to offer the Tempe Small Business Emergency Loan Program to help local businesses.
ASU launched a PPE response network aimed at connecting organizations to produce and distribute medical supplies.
SolarSPELL is expanding its reach to Juba, South Sudan in a collaboration with ASU nursing to bring nursingspecific education to The Juba School of Nursing and Midwifery.
An ASU professor and his team of students have simulated the paths of millimeter waves to enable machine learning and make data speeds, such as download speeds, faster.
ASU professors took a hands-on course and transitioned to help online students feel like they were in the lab.
A new plant-based restaurant will be serving Mexican cuisine accompanied by a full bar in the Cornerstone plaza.
ASU has prohibited University travel to California, as well as required all international university travels to be approved by University officials.
ASU is testing online Zoom meetings for in-person classes for preparation amid coronavirus worries.