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MOU clears way for expanded research opportunities.
Two Arizona State University representatives argue that America needs a new type of institution that merges the quest for discovery and knowledge production with a commitment to providing a quality education to more students from diverse backgrounds.
For centuries, humans have sought to learn whether life exists beyond Earth. That answer is closer than ever to fulfillment, and an Arizona State University team is working on a key part of that quest with NASA’s backing.
What we eat has a big influence on our environment, in ways beyond the typical carbon footprint questions of local vs. imported or animal vs. vegetable.
Humankind’s ability to understand, and often drive, species extinction may be harnessed in the battle against cancer, according to a new study.
Two Arizona State University engineers – Mariana Bertoni and Stuart Bowden – will have roles partnering with industry as part of an effort by the U.S. Department of Energy to aid photovoltaic manufacturing and supply-chain companies in advancing their technologies.
What do pacemakers, prosthetic limbs, Iron Man and flu vaccines all have in common?
The need to foster current and emerging leaders in higher education is soaring considering rapid advances in technology and the expansion of higher education as an enterprise. To cultivate a leader who can harness innovative collaborations and new approaches to help realize the ideal of a New American University, Arizona State University has launched the Leadership Academy.
New prize is the largest of its kind in the world.