April 24, 2014



ASU engineering students invited to Intel Cup competition in China

A new robot and programming software that use the latest Intel processors will be presented by a team of ASU Fulton engineering students at an upcoming competition in Shanghai.


ASU delivers workshop on wind energy in Fiji

A two-day workshop for policymakers, focused on small wind energy systems, recently was held in Fiji by Arizona State University's Vocational Training and Education for Clean Energy program.


Devils Connect: Startup helps students form study groups

Two Arizona State University seniors have created a startup to help students put together study groups near where they live.


Robot scouts rooms people can't enter

Arizona State University students are developing a robotic room-mapping system for Sandia National Laboratories.


ASU engineers help make advances in virtual artificial heart implantation

Advances in virtual heart implantation are being made through collaboration by Arizona State University engineers and Phoenix Children’s Hospital.


Students to demonstrate algae projects during public events

Learn how algae can not only be used to clean Arizona's wastewaters, but be turned into a renewable energy source and other valuable products May 1-2 at the Arizona Center for Algae Technology and Innovation on Arizona State University's Polytechnic campus.


ASU expands role in international engineering education alliance

ASU's engineering schools are aiding industry and the U.S. government in modernizing engineering education in Vietnam – bringing economic benefits to both countries.


ASU engineers working to make nuclear energy generation safer

ASU engineers are working to improve testing and analysis of materials and processes used in nuclear energy systems to make the systems safer.


Engineering | Science | Humanities | News coverage:  Imagining possible worlds with sci-fi

ASU's Ed Finn was featured on the public radio program To the Best of Our Knowledge, in an episode titled "Imagining Possible Worlds," about science fiction and visions of the future.


ASU summer camps offer young students engineering, technology experiences

Students in grades 6-12 can learn to build robots, make iPhone apps and more in summer camps offered by the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at ASU.

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