March 06, 2015

Tempe campus


Research | News coverage | Life Science:  ASU research reveals why 'pika' extermination in China is a bad idea

For more than 50 years, authorities in China have tried to eliminate a mouse-like creature called the "pika" due to a belief that the animal damages grasslands.


Five ASU students receive Gilman scholarships to study abroad

Five Arizona State University undergraduates have been awarded the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to study abroad.


National Review editor to speak at launch of ASU center

Rich Lowry, editor of National Review and author of "Lincoln Unbound" visits ASU to give a keynote address on "Abraham Lincoln and the American Idea" for the launch of the new Center for Political Thought and Leadership.


Alliance Beverage donation to support melanoma research at ASU

Alliance Beverage Distributing has donated $25,000 to Arizona State University's Biodesign Institute to help accelerate the development of a technology aimed at detecting melanoma earlier.


Humanities | News coverage:  ASU professor: MLK's Nobel remarks key to philosophy of nonviolence

Dec. 10 marked fifty years since Martin Luther King, Jr. accepted his Nobel Peace Prize in 1964. Arizona State University's Keith Miller points to the Nobel remarks as key to understanding King’s overall philosophy of nonviolence.


ASU Gammage to celebrate its history with final 'golden' gala

ASU Gammage is set to hold its third and final Golden Gammage Gala (GO GAGA) at the Arizona Biltmore Resort, March 7.


University | Innovation / Entrepreneurship | News coverage:  ASU program featured in report on tech transfer

Arizona State University's Furnace Accelerator program was featured in the the Dec. 18 issue of The Wall Street Journal, which highlights innovative national efforts to make university tech transfer more relevant.


Probing bacterial resistance to a class of natural antibiotics

In a new study, ASU researchers explore the clever techniques used by bacteria to survive destruction from antimicrobial peptides – potent defense factors produced by all living forms, including humans.


ASU professors named National Academy of Inventors Fellows

ASU professors Stuart Lindsay and Michael Kozicki have been named Fellows of the National Academy of Inventors.


Phoenix housing market ready to end a relatively flat year

After several years of wild roller-coaster activity, the Phoenix-area housing market is ready to end a relatively flat year, according to the latest monthly report from the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University.

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