July 01, 2015



Arizona robotics competition unleashes young students' creative drive

The Arizona FIRST LEGO League tournament, managed by ASU's Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, continues to excite more young students about engineering and science.


Fortifying national defense with robot swarms, resilient materials

Three ASU engineers have been selected to develop advanced technologies that promise to boost U.S. military capability.


Working to make mobile payment more secure

Engineering professor Gail-Joon Ahn has received five new patents and has eight more pending for technology that will make transactions more secure.


NIH grants reflect vibrant biomedical engineering research environment

Growing support from the National Institutes of Health shows research by ASU biomedical engineering faculty is tackling major medical challenges.


Quest to unravel mysteries of our gene network

An ASU engineer is seeking deeper knowledge of the fundamental mechanisms that shape human genetics to help the pave way for advanced medical treatments.


ASU professors named National Academy of Inventors Fellows

ASU professors Stuart Lindsay and Michael Kozicki have been named Fellows of the National Academy of Inventors.


Expanding the tool kit for detecting, treating traumatic brain injury

An ASU biomedical engineer is developing nanobody probes to detect and treat brain injury at the molecular level.


US Secretary of Energy visits ASU to tour research projects, meet with STEM students

U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz recently visited Arizona State University to meet with science, technology, engineering and math students, and explore Department of Energy research projects at the university.


ASU engineer earns international acclaim for water resources work

An Arizona State University professor has been honored with an international award for his work in global water systems engineering and management.


Technology advances earn international, state innovation awards

Biomedical and electrical engineering endeavors earn statewide awards for an ASU professor and an undergraduate student.

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