Researchers at ASU are using their expertise to inform coronavirus vaccine and disease mapping efforts.
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ASU will be planting 1,000 trees on the West campus to create a "Carbon Sink and Learning Forest" to help eliminate the University's carbon emissions.
New psychological study proved many methods used in mental health evaluations for courts are "junk science."
ASU 3D printing researcher Dhruv Bhate describes the applications and limits of 3D printing technology.
ASU's Creative Health Collaborations received a $150,000 award from the National Endowment for the Arts to fund a new lab focusing on three different projects.
Ally allows students to download online course documents in a variety of accessible formats.
ASU professors Sabine Feisst and Garth Paine took students on a two day trip to Organ Pipe National Monument to experience Acoustic Ecology and border activism.
Sustainability experts at ASU communicate their progress in achieving goals and priorities set by the Council of Presidents in the fall of 2019.
ASU academics have written a book that can change the way police departments are run based on research strategies.
State Farm donated $30 million to ASU to fund the Pathways for the Future program, which trains workers for the changing workplace.
By improving existing technology, professor Brafman and his students took stem cell research to greater heights and are working on finding the cause of Alzheimer's disease in the future.
A new report said ASU is one of the factors contributing to Phoenix becoming a fast growing tech market.
ASU has signed a memorandum of understanding to provide community education to refugees as well as offer other humanitarian support including shelter, healthcare and food.
Students take a class assignment and use the course as a blueprint for a future business project.
The new NatureMaker space is meant to inspire creativity and application of sustainable methodologies in ASU students across various disciplines by simply being around nature and interacting with artifacts that have important natural histories.
The ASU Center for Science and the Imagination created a new quarterly newsletter which focuses on futures thinking, science fiction world-building and the depths of the imagination.
The Design School and Maricopa County are working together on ways to limit the effects of stormwater and floods on local water bodies through infrastructure and agriculture.