Through its leadership of Arizona FIRST LEGO League, ASU’s Fulton Schools of Engineering are bringing engineering and science education to thousands of youngsters.
Arizona State University and University of Arizona engineers are teaming on a national project to develop a more technologically advanced and reliable disaster-response network.
In a TV interview, ASU engineer Stuart Bowden describes a new research project aimed at making a big advance in solar-energy technology.
Doctoral student Thomas Volo was awarded an all-expenses-paid trip to Chicago to present his research in hydrology at the national American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) meeting in 2014.
Joseph Herkert, a Lincoln Associate Professor of Ethics and Technology in the School of Letters and Sciences, is on deck to receive a national award from his peers early next year.
With a shared goal of advancing global renewable energy solutions, ASU has partnered with An-Najah National University in the West Bank to offer the Renewable Energy Leadership Training Program.
An ASU engineering research team's project shows promise for advancing technologies to improve text and image displays on electronic devices.
To battle a growing health threat, an ASU researcher is helping to develop new ways to see molecular changes in pancreatic cells.
More than 80 representatives from laboratories, industries and research institutions attended the Department of Energy Algal Biofuels Strategy Workshop Nov. 19-20 at ASU's Polytechnic campus.
TechShop, a membership-based, do-it-yourself workshop and fabrication studio with locations nationwide, opened its new location to the public in the ASU Chandler Innovation Center on Nov. 16.
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