The Sulikowski Shark and Fish Conservation Lab develops the birth-alert tag or BAT to track shark reproduction cycles in the ocean.
Science & Tech
The Autism and Brain Aging lab is using neurology to study aging in people with autism to develop new programs and interventions for adults.
ASU has had an ongoing relationship with cryptocurrency and blockchains. While these groups are devoted to research and engagement, they often overshadow alternate solutions to similar issues.
Kathleen Merrigan, professor and the executive director of the Swette Center for Sustainable Food Systems, is a driving force in improving the sustainable food system curriculum at ASU.
Space2inspire Weekend, organized by ASU 365 Community Union, was held from Feb. 17 to Feb. 19, and featured stories of astronauts and other events.
Students and faculty gathered to share their projects at the Planet Showcase, introducing how Planet satellite imaging data can influence change in environmental issues.
Curiosity Rover, an ASU-led research robot, uses technology like DAN, a neutron spectrometer and Mastcam, a camera system, to discover water halos filled with opal on Mars.
Open Pitch Week is a competition where students can pitch their two-minute idea for a venture and receive up to $250 as a prize.
A new residential composting program run by Zero Waste, Changemaker, and RHA will eventually expand to all residential complexes and is part of the Zero Waste by 2025 goal.
The Black Women in Engineering Faculty Panel and Black Professional Conference events hosted by ASU faculty and student organizations intend to face underrepresentation in STEM.
March Mammal Madness combines narrative and scientific strategies to make learning about biology fun for people of all age groups and education levels.
Valley Metro has introduced digitally-purchasable fare on its mobile app, with plans underway to integrate the ASU U-Pass on the app.
The Relationships and Technology Lab at ASU studies dating over the internet, both presently and in the future. Their research can create for more successful online relationships, and even virtual reality dating.
Students can switch to plant-based diets to lessen their impact on the environment and "vote with their fork."
Mass layoffs worry students going into tech, but reveal how tech companies are rooted in appeasing shareholders at the expense of sustainability.
The Zoom Innovation Lab has expanded student involvement, helping to create the 'Zoom 2.5D' plug-in that enables communication within virtual reality via Zoom.
Part of the value of queer bioethics is that it introduces and familiarizes future health care providers with LGBTQ+ topics so they can better address patient needs.
A guide to how Barrett, The Honors College supports sustainability, and how students can engage with sustainable community organizations both inside and outside Barrett.