February 28, 2015

Engineering

10/20/14

Exploring environmental impacts of solar technologies

To figure out ways to anticipate multiple and varied futures with emerging technologies, ASU researchers are conducting research on photovoltaic cells, a rapidly emerging technology used in solar panels to convert sunlight into electrical energy.

10/17/14

ASU faculty have growing role in renowned Chautauqua dialogues

ASU faculty members are expanding their roles in leading public dialogue on society’s big challenges at the prominent Chautauqua Institution center.

10/14/14

ASU freshman to attend Nobel Prize ceremonies

Sarah Galvin's award-winning research into developing next-generation electronics has provided her more than $10,000 in total scholarship money and a ticket to the prestigious Nobel Prize ceremonies in Stockholm.

10/13/14

Arts / Culture | Engineering | Science:  Science fiction anthology sparks national conversation

The first anthology of science fiction from ASU's Project Hieroglyph has ignited a national conversation on science fiction, innovation and the future.

10/13/14

ASU professor brings engineering camps to Navajo students

About 60 middle school and high school students recently participated in two STEAM Machines camps on the Navajo reservation. The program challenges student teams to build chain-reaction machines.

10/13/14

ASU engineer receives humanitarian award for GlobalResolve leadership

ASU engineering professor Mark Henderson is honored with a humanitarian award for leading a program enabling students and faculty to aid communities in developing countries.

10/10/14

State of mind: Startup receives funding for brain-optimizing wearable tech

A spinout company, powered by discoveries made at ASU, has raised $13 million in funding for the first lifestyle wearable that uses neurosignaling algorithms to optimize people's state of mind in areas related to energy, calm and focus.

10/09/14

Engineering | Innovation / Entrepreneurship | Community partnerships | News coverage:  ASU, City of Chandler enjoy symbiotic relationship

Both ASU students and the City of Chandler community are benefiting from the university's presence.

10/08/14

ASU engineer earns NSF award for imaging technology research

An ASU biomedical engineer will expand efforts to broaden the medical capabilities of MRI technology with support from a National Science Foundation award.

10/07/14

ASU computer science program sees rise in reputation

Achievements by faculty and students have helped put ASU's computer science program among the leaders in international academic rankings.

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