April 01, 2015



Engineering in spotlight at Night of the Open Door

Night of the Open Door on ASU's Tempe campus features exhibits and demonstrations showing the impact of engineering on today's world.


Industry leaders discuss the future of engineering

Industry representatives nationwide gathered at ASU on Feb. 19 to discuss the three central challenges facing American engineering – capacity, capability and competitiveness.


Engineering | News coverage:  Robotics advances open life-enhancing possibilities

In a TV interview, ASU engineering researchers describe how developments in robotics technologies are raising hopes of improving restoration of human physical functions.


ASU research center aims for negative carbon emissions

A new research center led by faculty in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering aims to show that capturing excess carbon dioxide from air is a viable strategy to stabilize and reduce greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.


ASU Polytechnic campus hosts Night of the Open Door Feb. 20

Night of the Open Door is a hands-on celebration of science, technology, engineering and math, with activities and fun for all ages.


ASU engineering, journalism schools announce innovative dual degree program

ASU's Cronkite School and Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering will begin offering dual degrees in journalism and graphic information technology in fall 2015.


Research | Engineering | News coverage:  Sewage sludge could contain millions of dollars worth of gold

Environmental research led by an ASU engineer has revealed that there are significant amounts of precious metals in an unlikely place.


ASU workshop explores potential of robotics used to rehabilitate

ASU's biomedical engineering program is aiding efforts to expand the potential for robotic technologies to enhance physical rehabilitation options.


Project aims for prosthetic that senses like real hand

An ASU neurophysiologist will be part of a nationwide collaborative effort to produce a wireless prosthetic hand with all the capabilities of a natural hand.


Sustainability – one building at a time

Researchers at Arizona State University have turned their attention to making buildings more sustainable by figuring out how to save energy and use materials with less negative impact.

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