Planets Jupiter and Saturn aligned with Earth forming the Great Conjunction, or the "Christmas Star," the evening of Dec. 21.
Science & Tech
With another online graduation, ASU was left with no choice but to innovate a new augmented reality graduation.
Statistician Sally C. Morton will head up the ASU Knowledge Enterprise starting Feb. 1, 2021.
While the whole world was trying to track down PPE and test supplies, the University moved quick in locking down vendors.
City of Tempe officials say although the city is within range of normal water usage, they are still working to reduce Tempe's water use.
The Biodesign Institute won the Innovators of the Year award from the Governor's Celebration of Innovation for their COVID-19 saliva test.
As new COVID-19 cases spike around the nation and in Arizona, epidemiologists and economists fear another lockdown.
ASU's Bike Co-Op locations have continued to provide low-cost or free bike and skateboard maintenance services for the ASU community.
Find out how the businesses on Mill Avenue are adapting to the loss of the crowds drawn by ASU football games.
A new coating over pavement in Phoenix residential areas could help reduce hot temperatures and the heat island effect.
Applied Materials will lease space to work on different projects, ASU will receive funding in return.
The Sustainable Cities Network at ASU encourages collaboration between cities on developing sustainability best practices.
ASU students use a capstone project to create bat-detecting software for the McDowell Sonoran Conservancy.
As holiday season nears, ASU professors warn students about potential superspreader events and advise getting tested before visiting family.
A new project-based graduate course will help guide topics on the city of Tempe's 2021 Climate Action Plan update.
Dreamscape Immersive is partnering with ASU to create Dreamscape Learn labs, virtual reality pods to give students an immersive learning experience.
Researchers have determined there is insufficient evidence to suggest that plastic causes a decline in megafauna population levels.
A student- and faculty-produced simulation game walks players through daily choices to prevent spread of COVID-19.