March 04, 2015

More ASU News


Engineering | News coverage:  ASU grads create medical device to cure jaundice

Two ASU engineering graduates and a current engineering graduate student have helped develop technology for an entrepreneurial endeavor to help cure jaundice in infants.


Arts / Culture | News coverage:  Photographing the border: the landscape behind the politics

ASU Regents' Professor of Art Mark Klett discusses his new show, up now at New York's Pace/MacGill Gallery, with John Guida of The New York Times.


Engineering | Faculty and Staff | News coverage:  ASU professor recognized for career achievements in engineering, construction

An ASU professor has received a career achievement award from one of the top construction industry publications.


News coverage | Social Science:  Historic skulls suggest head injuries led to early death

The first historic study of risk of death linked to the survival of skull fracture was recently conducted by an international research team.


Public service | News coverage:  Research on subsidized day care draws national attention

ASU associate professor Chris Herbst has spent much of the last decade examining what works and what doesn't when it comes to subsidized day care and other welfare programs designed to help people in need.


Research | News coverage | Life Science:  Arthropod 'family tree' gets bigger through evolution studies

While insects and crustaceans have long been considered by scientists to be separate branches of the arthropod "family tree," ASU School of Life Sciences researcher and professor Jon Harrison reports that new findings show they actually belong together.


Engineering | News coverage:  ASU physicist on a quest to capture carbon

Applying his expertise in physics to an engineering endeavor, Arizona State University professor Klaus Lackner is developing technology to help reduce carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.


Education | Faculty and Staff | News coverage:  Teachers College faculty recognized for public influence in education

Four ASU faculty members are named in this year’s “Rick Hess Straight Up” Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings, which honor 200 university-based education scholars for their extensive contributions to public debates about education.


Research | News coverage | Life Science:  ASU research reveals why 'pika' extermination in China is a bad idea

For more than 50 years, authorities in China have tried to eliminate a mouse-like creature called the "pika" due to a belief that the animal damages grasslands.


Humanities | News coverage:  ASU professor: MLK's Nobel remarks key to philosophy of nonviolence

Dec. 10 marked fifty years since Martin Luther King, Jr. accepted his Nobel Peace Prize in 1964. Arizona State University's Keith Miller points to the Nobel remarks as key to understanding King’s overall philosophy of nonviolence.