Open data doesn’t always lead to more freedom and equality for all, writes Jathan Sadowski, a graduate student in ASU’s Consortium for Science, Policy and Outcomes, in Slate magazine.
On the evening of June 13, the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art was the scene of the unique, interactive event known as "Edible Stories: From Desert Foods to Food Deserts."
A field trip to Intel's Embedded Design Center shows 60 girls from under-resourced Phoenix area school districts what it looks like to be an engineer.
A study by ASU researchers that shows global warming may affect microbe survival and soil erosion has been published in the June 28 edition of Science.
Enhanced video camera technology, the prevalence of cellphones and the relentless march of development into wilderness areas are contributing to the extinction of an American icon: the fire lookout.
ASU Regents' Professor Gary Marchant of the College of Law and adjunct professor Paul E. Burns were quoted in a June 20 article by Ken Alltucker of The Arizona Republic.
In a recent National Science Foundation article, several ASU sustainability scientists highlight their research on Phoenix's urban heat island effects.
The Cronkite School is launching an online program designed to bring together the worlds of journalism and medical science.
"Rockaway," a new novel by Tara Ison, assistant professor of English at Arizona State University, has been named to O, The Oprah Magazine's 2013 "Best of Summer" Reading List.
Dean Douglas Sylvester of the College of Law was quoted in a June 17 article in U.S. News and World Report titled, "Consider Law Schools with In-House Firms, Incubators."
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