May 30, 2015

Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering


Project aims for prosthetic that senses like real hand

An ASU neurophysiologist will be part of a nationwide collaborative effort to produce a wireless prosthetic hand with all the capabilities of a natural hand.


ASU invites community to help redesign the future at Emerge 2015

ASU's Emerge 2015 will showcase its radically new visions of the future on March 6 at the SkySong Innovation Center in Scottsdale.


Sustainability – one building at a time

Researchers at Arizona State University have turned their attention to making buildings more sustainable by figuring out how to save energy and use materials with less negative impact.


ASU Fulbright Scholar to study water in Mexico

As one of this year's Fulbright Scholars, ASU hydrology professor Enrique Vivoni will work with some of Mexico's leading experts in the field of hydrology to advance his collaborative studies of the shared water resources between the U.S. and Mexico.


Engineering | News coverage:  ASU grads create medical device to cure jaundice

Two ASU engineering graduates and a current engineering graduate student have helped develop technology for an entrepreneurial endeavor to help cure jaundice in infants.


Engineering | Faculty and Staff | News coverage:  ASU professor recognized for career achievements in engineering, construction

An ASU professor has received a career achievement award from one of the top construction industry publications.


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.


ASU Night of the Open Door invites the public to explore more

Arizona State University's largest and most successful open-house event of the year, Night of the Open Door, kicks off four events with even more to explore, starting Jan. 31 on the Downtown Phoenix campus.

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