Science & Tech
The College en ASU está expandiendo su esfuerzo para aumentar integración en STEM para crear un ambiente más acogedor.
ASU spent $70,000 on the production costs associated with the creation of their episode on Amazon Prime Video's "The College Tours."
ASU instructors and students contributed to research that gives new insight into how galaxies grow.
Sun Devil Athletics’ Venture Challenge offers mentorship, grant opportunities for sports tech startups
Sun Devil Athletics is teaming up with the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute to launch a venture program for entrepreneurs.
An ASU graduate student collaborated with Luke Air Force Base airmen to create a more efficient Air Force debrief process for Spark Tank 2021.
ASU's Venture Devils Plus has announced its Spring 2021 cohort and introduced a new interview process for applicants to the program this year.
In a partnership with Empower Kids South Sudan, ASU's SolarSPELL brought thousands of virtual textbook devices to students in South Sudan last year.
ASU ranks first in multiple categories from The National Science Foundation's annual Higher Education Research and Development rankings for research expenditures among U.S. universities.
One ASU expert said that few stand to gain financially from the GameStop short squeeze, but for many ASU students, it's about principle over profit.
ASU, U.S. State Department and Freeport-McMoRan work together to promote education on starting businesses for women around the world virtually during the pandemic.
Students attending classes or living on campus at ASU are eager to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Tempe small businesses teamed up with the city government to make a video series promoting shopping local and staying healthy.
Some ASU students have started their own brands during the COVID-19 pandemic to pass the time and make money from home safely.
An ASU student opened One Stop Skates Shop selling handmade roller skating accessories after the pandemic put a halt to her previous plans.
Planets Jupiter and Saturn aligned with Earth forming the Great Conjunction, or the "Christmas Star," the evening of Dec. 21.
With another online graduation, ASU was left with no choice but to innovate a new augmented reality graduation.