ASU is sending some of its "best risk-takers" – 11 student entrepreneurs – to France to join nearly 600 students at the European Innovation Academy. There they will refine their business skills, build contacts and pitch their start-up ideas to investors.
The Pac-12 Conference announced June 29 that it has officially joined the Green Sports Alliance (GSA), making it the first collegiate sports conference to count all its members – including Arizona State University – as GSA participants.
The Orange Theatre recently launched the Digital Performance Lab, an ASU alum-led residency that brings together digital media designers, developers and actors to collaborate on new interactive technologies for the stage and performing arts.
The team will study information cascades – trends marked by people ignoring their own knowledge in favor of suggestions from others' actions – as they relate to terrorist networks' social-media posts, including the power of images online.
The immune system's CD8 T cells patrol the bloodstream, on guard for suspicious activity. But that protection is a double-edged sword: Too few T cells are ineffective; too many, lethal. New ASU research aims to understand that balance.
An artist who refused labels, Allen "Big Al" Carter fused styles and invented techniques to share his vision with the world. More than 80 of his powerful paintings, sculptures, drawings and assemblages are on view this summer at the ASU Art Museum.