In a new research collaboration, Arizona State University and Salt River Project have developed important insights into the significant decisions that lie ahead in determining how to cut CO2 emissions throughout the state.
Sandra Leander
January 31, 2022
Thanks to its top-notch facilities, researchers and graduates, ASU is helping turn Arizona into a microelectronics hub. Here, ASU experts share insights about this surreal field of microchips the size of dust mites, water too clean to drink, delicately layered wafers, desperate global demand and a renewable energy revolution.
Mikala Kass
January 18, 2022
In the Sonoran Desert, water — even wastewater — is a precious resource. ASU researchers are putting sewage to use to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and create a variety of valuable products.
Elise Lange
November 29, 2021
From rooftop panels that shrink our utility bills to chargers for our smartphones, there’s an endless variety of solar-powered gadgets and products under the sun. Yet many people are in the dark about the history of harnessing solar power. The story of photovoltaics began more than a half century ago — and ASU played a pivotal role.
Lori K. Baker
September 15, 2020
A $12.4 million award from the Department of Energy will establish an Energy Frontier Research Center at ASU to investigate next-generation materials and reinvent the electrical grid.
Pete Zrioka
August 03, 2020