June 30, 2015

Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

03/12/15

Young engineering faculty at ASU build track record of high performance

This year already, eight members of the Arizona State University engineering faculty have been awarded CAREER and AFOSR YIP Awards.

03/11/15

ASU engineering programs continue rise in national grad school rankings

The latest U.S. News & World Report's Best Graduate Schools rankings show an upward trend in national prominence for the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering.

03/11/15

Engineering | News coverage:  ASU professor: How rapidly changing technology affects human value systems

Arizona State University engineering and ethics professor Brad Allenby says the ever-faster pace at which new and powerful technologies arise presents us with difficult choices.

03/10/15

Engineering | Innovation / Entrepreneurship | News coverage:  Poison dart frog inspires new way to de-ice planes

An Arizona State University aerospace and mechanical engineer is developing a promising new method to keep ice off aircraft, thanks to a toxin-secreting amphibian.

03/03/15

Innovation / Entrepreneurship:  Adaptive technologies designed by and for people with disabilities

The best adaptive technologies are designed by, not for, people with disabilities, says ASU's Sethuraman “Panch” Panchanathan.

02/23/15

Engineering in spotlight at Night of the Open Door

Night of the Open Door on ASU's Tempe campus features exhibits and demonstrations showing the impact of engineering on today's world.

02/20/15

Industry leaders discuss the future of engineering

Industry representatives nationwide gathered at ASU on Feb. 19 to discuss the three central challenges facing American engineering – capacity, capability and competitiveness.

02/18/15

Engineering | News coverage:  Robotics advances open life-enhancing possibilities

In a TV interview, ASU engineering researchers describe how developments in robotics technologies are raising hopes of improving restoration of human physical functions.

02/18/15

New ASU center mimics nature to create cutting-edge technology

Biomimicry studies have been a part of ASU’s research portfolio for years. Now, Arizona State University is launching the Biomimicry Center at ASU to scale up research and related initiatives in this fast-growing global field.

02/17/15

ASU research center aims for negative carbon emissions

A new research center led by faculty in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering aims to show that capturing excess carbon dioxide from air is a viable strategy to stabilize and reduce greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.

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