Could walking while we work significantly improve our chances of living to a ripe old age?
ASU researchers have developed a new software system capable of estimating greenhouse gas emissions across entire urban landscapes, all the way down to roads and individual buildings.
Dean Douglas Sylvester of the College of Law explained the importance of a traditional law school experience in an article by Lauren Saria for KTAR on Jan. 27.
Following President Obama's inauguration last week, ASU's Global Institute of Sustainability explored the president's energy plan.
ASU's James Paul Gee calls into question modern technology's increasing ability to individually tailor learning experiences, thus narrowing students' horizons.
ASU's Lawrence Krauss explains the Doomsday Clock in a recent Future Tense article, titled "How Close Are We to Doomsday?"
A recent article in the Inquisitr that reports on widespread prejudice against obese people cites a study conducted by ASU medical anthropologist Alexandra Brewis.
James G. Hodge Jr., ASU Lincoln Professor of Health Law and Ethics, was a guest on KJZZ's Here and Now to discuss ethical issues surrounding flu vaccinations.
Recent research implies that chocolate was being consumed by the indigenous people of present-day Utah in the eighth century.
ASU's Lawrence Krauss explains in a recent Future Tense article on Slate that without the next area of focus defined, particle physics research is greatly endangered.
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