Innovation / Entrepreneurship
Includes articles related to innovation and entrepreneurship at ASU.
ASU physics professor Nicole Herbots and her team are one of two groups of ASU natural sciences students and colleagues pursing projects that could help millions across the globe.
ASU alumnus Jeff Malkoon founded Peanut Butter Americano, a social venture that donates part of the proceeds to a nonprofit organization that constructs housing for at-risk families in 19 countries.
Arizona State University has been selected to host the 2014 Clinton Global Initiative University, "as a result of growing national and global recognition of ASU's commitment to transformational change.”
MakerBox, a Commitment to Action made by ASU student Bryan Azeka at the 2014 Clinton Global Initiative University, has been selected to compete in the CGI U Commitments Challenge.
STEM Career Accelerator Day is a national effort to encourage students to pursue STEM careers through an experiential field trip to a major company or university sites.
David Guston, director of the Center for Nanotechnology in Society at ASU, is the founding editor-in-chief of the Journal of Responsible Innovation, which brings together the responsible innovation scholarly community.
Arizona entrepreneurs had the chance to tap into ASU's venture startup expertise last weekend at Startup Weekend Phoenix.
ASU students will collaborate across disciplines to envision new digital products as part of Hack Day on Feb. 21.
Have you ever wondered about how to fly a plane? Then now is your opportunity to see how at ASU Polytechnic’s Night of the Open Door.
In a new study, lead author Karen Brenneman and her colleagues at ASU's Biodesign Institute propose an improved method of screening salmonella vaccines in small animal studies and enhancing their effectiveness in humans.