The semiconductor manufacturing industry, a boon for the state's economy, is growing due to investments and is helped by University partnerships.
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Waymo One, the autonomous ride-hailing service, is now available in downtown Phoenix for the public.
Google and ASU partnered up to offer a sustainability specialization training program that is meant to complement one of Google’s Career Certificates.
The dinosaurs went extinct millions of years ago, but fossil replicas like Trixie the Triceratops help scientists piece together the story of the dinosaurs.
ASU club focuses on designing and building robots to fight each other in an arena. The ultimate goal is to join the BattleBots competition.
LunaH-Map, the first ASU-lead NASA mission, will be ejected from the Orion spacecraft and will orbit the moon to collect data about water-ice.
ASU held a walking tour for Campus Sustainability Month to show innovative and sustainable technologies implemented by the University that have resulted in the University receiving national recognition.
The COVID-19 testing depot, Evidence Commons, is the first and only of its kind and is developed by ASU researchers to help with pandemic research.
Some Halloween candy may not be healthy, but what are some smart alternatives and ways to indulge on these delicious treats?
Although not being native to Arizona, date palms have thrived at ASU and a tradition around their harvest has grown.
Roza Ferdowsmakan, an ASU alumna, is sharing her love of food through her app Bites which allows students to offer cooking services.
ASU researchers who have expanded the knowledge of Alzheimer’s disease are trying to prevent the progressions of Alzheimer’s disease through vitamin-like substances and aerobic exercise.
A virtual reality learning space called Huddle was developed by a student-led team at ASU's Learning Futures studios.
From 2017 to 2020, ASU and the ASU Police Department were using Social Sentinel, now called Navigate360 Detect.
A team at ASU's Learning Futures is developing virtual reality simulations projected to release in spring of 2023 that will teach students about different languages and cultural norms.
David Shiffman is a marine conservation biologist who shares his love of sharks and ocean conservation by teaching ASU students.
Achieving carbon neutrality is not as simple as completely stopping carbon emissions. For an institution as large as ASU, claiming this title involves more nuance than just zero carbon, including monetary expenditure on carbon offsets.
Jotted, a note-taking platform developed by ASU students Brinlee Kidd and Sylvia Lopez, took first place in the Red Bull Basement Global Final.
The Mission to Psyche is an ASU-led endeavor that is now one step closer to launch after passing environmental testing to see how the spacecraft would fair in the space.