When you first think of the word "cheerleader," the stereotype of girls jumping around in short skirts and chanting simple cheers may come to mind. But the Science Cheerleaders are changing the world of cheerleading one science lesson at a time.
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During their first coding competition of the year on Saturday at The Brickyard, members of the ASU Software Developers Association (SoDA) were tasked to solve eight code problems, while members of State Farm, the event’s sponsor, tested and evaluated the codes.
At the Polytechnic campus, where men are the average, this club stands out above the rest.
ASU scientists have found that consuming vinegar and almonds can help reduce blood sugar and inflammation in diabetics.
Working with scientists at MIT, Harvard and Cambridge, ASU astrophysics professor Steven Desch analyzed magnetism present in small space rocks called chondrules.
NoteBowl is a new and innovative learning management system that may replace Blackboard for connecting students and teachers.
While the levels are within the acceptable range allowed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the researchers found antibiotics in many different types of fish.
Assistant professor Rosalind Sadleir has spent almost 10 years developing a better way to track and measure electrical activity in brain cells.
ASU archaeology professor Glen Rice will publish “Sending the Spirits Home: The Archaeology of Hohokam Mortuary Practices" in 2016.
Due to concerns following the national Ebola coverage, ASU is limiting travel to West African countries for faculty, staff and students.
Downtown Phoenix Campus Aware puts on "Hashing Out the Gray" event to discuss healthy relationships.
University researchers forged a company that is used in hospitals on patients domestically and internationally.
Vikram Kodibagkar's MRI techniques will help identify hypoxic cancer cells and better target radiotherapy treatments for cancer patients.
Engineering professor Shawn Jordan organized STEAM camps, which further expanded on the partnership between ASU and the Navajo reservation.