October 06, 2015

School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy


ASU chosen to lead lunar CubeSat mission

An ASU-built CubeSat will be used to produce a map of the water resources on the moon for future space exploration. The tiny satellite is a big achievement for the university since it is the first ASU-led interplanetary mission.


Squires named vice dean, to serve as interim dean of ASU engineering

Kyle Squires has been named vice dean of engineering and will serve as interim dean starting July 1, pending a national search for the dean of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering.


ASU team fuses art, engineering to create stretchable batteries

An ASU engineering team is using a form of origami to develop energy-storage technology that could expand the capabilities of wearable electronics.


ASU engineer to join high-powered leaders in Aspen Institute fellowship

An entrepreneurial ASU materials scientist and engineer will contribute to a prominent institute's endeavors to help solve the world's challenges.


ASU grant supports 'biomimicry' as a way to solve human challenges

Other annual awards will fund research into debilitating diseases and support foster youth, students with financial need


Changemaker Challenge winners reach out to those expressing thoughts of suicide on social media

Expressions of suicidal thinking or intent should never be ignored. But what happens when a message of desperation is lost in the noise of internet chatter?


ASU engineering student awarded prestigious Goldwater Scholarship

Impressive achievements in the classroom, in the laboratory and in community service helped an ASU engineering student win one of the nation’s top scholarships.


Advancing first-generation college students up the ladder

ASU's new program First Generation Pathways to Success (1stGPS) offers tools, advice and skills that will boost first-generation undergrads to degree completion and toward graduate school and a career.


Study reveals novel technique for handling molecules

ASU researcher Ximin He and her colleagues have described a method capable of mimicking nature's ability to sort, capture, transport and release molecules.


Fortifying national defense with robot swarms, resilient materials

Three ASU engineers have been selected to develop advanced technologies that promise to boost U.S. military capability.

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