ASU anthropologist Daniel Hruschka attempts to tackle moral dilemmas with his research known as the Virtue Project, now the subject of an ASU Museum of Anthropology exhibit.
Professor Paul Bender recently was quoted in an Arizona Republic article, titled “Babeu staff facing federal inquiry.”
The American Council of Trustees and Alumni highlight some shining stars in the U.S. higher education system in the style of the Academy Awards, which recently aired.
Daniel Rothenberg, executive director of the Center for Law and Global Affairs at the College of Law, was interviewed on an Australian national radio show about the disbarring and conviction of Spanish judge Baltasar Garzón.
Can Arizona State University's Polytechnic campus be a world leader in developing an alternate fuel source for transportation?
James Weinstein was recently quoted in an article about a proposed bill that would punish public school teachers for using words that violate FCC obscenity and profanity guidelines.
In the Wall Street Journal, an ASU research initiative director and former Air Force chief scientist weighs in on the debate about autonomous robotic weapons systems.
ASU professor tackles the question that strikes at the very heart of one of the deepest mysteries in the universe: How did life begin on Earth?
Military officials convened at ASU's Polytechnic campus for a two-day event called NetZero and the Tactical Edge to explore alternative energy opportunities.
ASU Regents' Professor Gary Marchant, recently spoke to AP reporter Michelle L. Price about a bill that would prevent "wrongful birth" lawsuits.
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