May 25, 2015

Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering


Imagine Cup calls for vision, ASU students deliver

If the world's premier student technology competition calls for innovative vision, then there may be no technology better suited than the Note-Taker.


Bioengineers expanding work to solve cardiovascular health challenges

Three ASU bioengineers will expand their research into treatment of brain aneurysms and cardiovascular ailments with support from the American Heart Association.


Opening doors to computing skills for students with visual impairment

Ten young Phoenix-area students who are visually impaired had the opportunity to participate in a computing workshop designed especially for them, thanks to an ASU engineering alum.


Sustainability | Engineering:  Future of lighting: more energy-efficient and flexible

An ASU engineer is at the forefront of work to develop lighting technology that will save energy and costs for homes and businesses.


Students win national health data challenge awards

Two teams that joined ASU engineering and nursing students took second- and third-place prizes in a national student competition sponsored by the Institute of Medicine and the National Academy of Engineering.


Research compares seizure treatments for children with autism

An ASU professor helps lead research revealing effective treatments for seizures often experienced by children with autism.


Research | Engineering | News coverage:  The search for self-repairing materials

Materials scientists and engineers at ASU and elsewhere are exploring the possibilities of making materials that can reconstruct themselves.


New faculty position answers call for more construction expertise

A new faculty position will strengthen construction and engineering education at ASU.


Fulbright Scholar helps evolve construction industry

A prestigious Fulbright scholarship will enable an ASU construction management student to pursue graduate-level research in Italy.


Construction school alumni honored by national industry association

Two alumni of ASU's construction school have been honored for their business achievements, civic efforts and philanthropic contributions.

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