Attosecond physics is the new frontier in small-scale physics; ASU researchers, in collaboration with others, are preparing experimentation to explore the area.
Science & Tech
While awareness of the honey bee population crisis has been growing, experts believe that many people have been focusing on the wrong causes of the issue. Rather, pesticides have the biggest impact.
An international team including ASU conducted a study at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, exploring the properties of the inner layers of the Earth using mineral studies.
ASU staff and students discuss how AI could affect the democratic process as experts continue to debate the way it's utilized.
The CHILLL lab at ASU is studying language development, offering opportunities to study both the development and the implementation of research-based curriculum.
Diversity and climate justice were at the forefront of the event held at the Walton Center on Monday by The 19th*
ASU's ASCEND team launched a balloon with the collaboration of other universities in order to observe the solar eclipse in October.
The U.S. Surgeon General spoke to the ASU community on Monday about mental health with respect to one's environment and social network.
The panelists focused on the technological capabilities of desalination but disregarded active environmental criticism from others in the field.
Industry experts in artificial intelligence believe that while conscious AI may be possible, it poses challenges to fabrication in real life.
Axoniverse, an innovative startup founded by students at ASU, is on the cutting edge of biocomputing technology, developing biochips that integrate living neurons for advanced information processing.
The first phase of the CXFEL project will obtain diffraction patterns through experiments, allowing a closer look at proteins and other biological components.
The new path in the electrical engineering major, beginning this semester with just a single class, aims to introduce engineering students to a new technology field.
A summary of some of Psyche Mission's instruments and how they'll be monitored during the satellite's journey.
Given proper procedures, the Link's human trials could lead to great progress in treating neurological conditions. However, recent events have raised concerns about the process.
With complete freedom on how to use it, the 'Genius Grant' is incredibly selective. These are some of the qualities they look for, as found in one ASU winner.
Behind the scenes, the work involved in a rocket launch is extensive; for ASU, this launch is especially historic.
The FORCE Lab, in the midst of final mechanical preparations, discusses potential experiments and the benefits of its open access policy.
ASU's Project ECHO's explores potential solutions to long COVID's medical problems through a unique information sharing model.
A look at six of the late-summer blooming plants that can be seen and appreciated on the Tempe campus, which are maintained by the ASU Arboretum initiatives.