When Gerald O’Neill decided to pursue engineering as an undergraduate, he primarily saw it as a way to “make it through and get a degree.” However, he soon discovered that the field offered him an opportunity to fuel his wonder.
A tool developed at ASU analyzes websites and social media to study potentially dangerous extremist movements.
A recent ASU engineering grad writes science fiction that explores questions about the societal impacts of wielding technological power.
ASU hosted a 10-member delegation of senior Vietnamese government and industry officials, signing an agreement for a partnership to support sustainable economic growth in the Vinh Phuc Province.
An ASU engineer will lead a national project aimed at producing more reliable and durable photovoltaic cells for solar energy systems.
ASU engineers will lead a national project to develop a new photovoltaic cell to provide more efficient conversion of sunlight into electricity.
ASU has one of the world’s top educators in facilities management, according to an international organization dedicated to the field.
A team of of students from ASU and the University of New Mexico scored high marks in the U.S. Department of Energy’s 2013 Solar Decathlon international competition, which concluded Oct. 12.
ASU is helping industries and organizations in several states provide safer work environments through its Occupational Safety and Health Administration Training Institute.
Achievements in materials science and engineering research continue to earn an ASU engineer recognition from peers and professional organizations.
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