Partible paternity – the belief that multiple men can be co-genitors of a single child – is the subject of a study by anthropologists from ASU and the University of Missouri.
ASU's first No Impact Week kicked off this week in an effort to encourage students to live greener.
AZ Family reports on SPARKy, the first prosthetic device to apply regenerative kinetics to its design.
Vintage brands make a comeback as consumers try to fulfill the need to belong, according to an ASU study.
ASU paleobiologist John VandenBrooks' dragonfly research caused imaginations to take flight at the annual meeting of the Geological Society of America in Denver, Colorado.
The world is running out of cheap phosphorus, a topic whose concerns tie ASU Regents' and Parents Association Professor James Elser with a growing chorus of experts, globally.
On a recent lecture trip to Spain, David Altheide, Regents' Professor of Justice and Social Inquiry, gave a half-hour nationally televised interview on the subjects of fear, terrorism, and immigration.
Activist Gloria Feldt, a professor of practice in ASU's School of Social Transformation, discusses women's complex relationship with power in a KJZZ interview about her new book.
School of Social Transformation doctoral student Kyrsten Sinema is being recognized as a "rising star in American politics."
Prasad Boradkar discusses the design evolution of the boombox.
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