2013 Regents' Professor Bert Hölldobler is lauded for his pioneering life science discoveries – unlocking the social world of nature's most complex societies: the ants.
ASU professor Steve Pyne is featured in a documentary by The Weather Channel, as it investigates the larger problem of U.S. wildfires.
ASU and the Phoenix Zoo are launching a new program to strengthen animal conservation efforts by collaborating on new research, as well as improve conservation communications and outreach to the public.
Life sciences professor Leah Gerber proposes a conservation market for “whale shares” to better manage whaling and protect whale populations.
ASU's James Elser and Bruce Rittmann propose a radical three-part solution to the challenge of dwindling supplies of phosphorus, a key ingredient in fertilizer.
It's taken nearly 200 years, but scientists in Arizona and Europe have teased out how the molecular switch for sex gradually and adaptively evolved in the honeybee.
In a recent Slate article, ASU professors Jim Elser and Bruce Rittman presented two vastly different scenarios of the future.
An ASU research team reports it has been successful in imaging key proteins at room temperature with the use of an X-ray free-electron laser.
Arizona State University ranks 4th in the world among universities without medical schools.
The Origins Project at ASU is kicking off a celebration of five years of its existence with a top-level discussion of our existence.
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