August 04, 2015



Engineering student first undergrad MasterCard Foundation scholar to earn degree

When Ibrahima Diop graduated from Arizona State University with his degree in electrical engineering in December, he became the first undergraduate MasterCard Foundation scholar to do so.


ASU grad student challenges pageant, engineering stereotypes

Like most groups of people, engineers and pageant participants endure their share of stereotypes. Arizona Sate University graduate student and CNS Fellow Kaitlin Vortherms is challenging stereotypes among both groups.


Engineering | News coverage:  ASU physicist on a quest to capture carbon

Applying his expertise in physics to an engineering endeavor, Arizona State University professor Klaus Lackner is developing technology to help reduce carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.


Collaborations with industry aim to boost solar energy technology

As part of a U.S. Department of Energy program, two ASU engineers will help the solar energy industry develop advanced manufacturing technologies and processes.


ASU researchers work to improve diagnosis, treatment of eye disorders

An Arizona State University biomedical engineer is working with a medical products company to make it easier to detect eye problems.


ASU researchers set the stage for fact-based fight against Ebola

An Arizona State University research team will provide data analysis and mathematical modeling to help guide development of strategies for controlling Ebola outbreaks.


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.

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