Across the nation, the Latino community's influence on the economy is rapidly growing, reflected in a report recently released by the Seidman Research Institute and the Latino Donor Collaborative.
Science & Tech
In STEM fields where research is a prevalent aspect of the career, getting involved early is critical, with some research opportunities proving more fruitful than others.
In the pursuit of innovations in the area of nanomaterials, researchers at Birkel Lab must navigate the intricate balance of time, precision and variability.
Astro Seed, a company funded by ASU, seeks to make crops more accessible and sustainable through innovations in agricultural solutions.
An almost $650,000 grant from the EPA has been given to an ASU research team for the purposes of studying pollution of electrified public transportation.
Ethics are not as prominent as they could be in science education, and the effects of that are critical.
NANOGrav's recent work in gravitational waves may give way to a paradigm shift in the way astronomy and astrophysics research are conducted.
ASU is working on reframing its academic integrity policy to crack down on cheating cases where students use artificial intelligence "unauthorized."
The proposed Coyotes arena and entertainment district would be built on Tempe land without access to city's main water supply and use up to 1.09 million gallons of water per day.
MathGPT is in development to change the way students learn from math textbooks. It is designed to teach reasoning skills, not just the final results.
The MiX Center in Mesa hosts new projects using cutting-edge technology and software. Students can get involved through new concentrations of study and professor-led projects.
Graduate student Belal Jamil's work in developmental psychology is focused on genetics and the environment and its effects on early mental health in minority communities.
Governor Katie Hobbs gave opening remarks at PHX Startup Week, highlighting the importance of technology, entrepreneurship and diversity in Arizona
The Arizona Water Innovation Initiative has its kickoff event on April 25, and it is a comprehensive and wide-reaching project designed to address Arizona's water needs.
Sexual wellness is an important part of general wellness, and students can take advantage of accessible and private resources to prevent STIs and educate themselves.
The School of Earth and Space Exploration is hosting a series of 3D demonstrations that are live simulations of outer space at the Marston Theater.
ASU's compact X-ray free electron laser will be the first in the world. The project's staff and students explain how the machine works during a tour of the CXFEL labs.
A year-long delay in NASA's Psyche Mission has resulted in a new flight trajectory, with a planned launch in October 2023
The Unit for Data Science and Analytics in the ASU Library changed leadership this semester, and is expanding the ways it educates students of all disciplines on data science techniques.