Mayo Clinic and ASU MedTech Accelerator commence third cohort
Next-generation medical technology and service startups take part in a boot camp designed to increase product quality, efficiency and speed to market.
Making rice green
Traditional rice farming techniques are not sustainable. But how do you change a process that’s deeply ingrained in culture, for a crop that nourishes half the world?
Soap’s dirty secret
Antimicrobial consumer products are ineffective and pose a serious environmental hazard. Research from ASU is informing efforts to regulate those pervasive chemicals.
Water water everywhere (nor any drop to drink)
Built in a lake basin, Mexico City experiences destructive flooding, but also struggles with access to clean water. ASU researchers are studying the complex choreography of natural environment, physical infrastructure and human decision-making that contribute to both.
Ten things you probably didn’t know about dogs
From scavenger roots to a multibillion dollar industry, dogs’ relationship with humans is long and sometimes surprising.
How affectionate are you?
Take this quiz to find out how affectionate you are.
Too hot to handle
Phoenix in the summer is hot all around. But low-income neighborhoods are even hotter than wealthy enclaves. How can this be?
A spoonful of vinegar helps the sugar go down
Diabetes killed more than 70,000 Americans in 2001 alone. The disease also takes a toll on the people who live with it. In general, controlling diabetes requires massive lifestyle changes and/or expensive medications. Carol Johnston says there may be a cheaper, easier way to get the same results; in fact, you probably have the help in your kitchen cabinet.