Engineering
Researchers at Arizona State University are finding policy and technology solutions to protect our growing infrastructure, from incentivizing cybersecurity and strategizing international influences to creating smaller software patches and empowering software systems to protect themselves.
Mikala Kass
June 07, 2021
Arizona State University’s Erica Forzani and Pamela Marshall are answering the call for leading-edge technology solutions that benefit society. As a result of their work, they’ve been named as senior members of the National Academy of Inventors.
March 03, 2021
An ASU Luminosity Lab student and U.S. Air Force airmen aspire to revolutionize fighter pilot training in the annual Spark Tank competition.
Lori K. Baker
January 27, 2021
Understanding desert ecosystems is more pressing now than ever. By matching elusive ecological questions with innovative engineering methods, ASU students and researchers are getting answers faster.
Mikala Kass
January 13, 2021
Students in ASU’s Luminosity Lab designed a launcher and probe system that could help shed light on the moon’s mysterious — and potentially water-storing — permanently shadowed regions. The team is one of eight finalists in NASA’s BIG Idea Challenge.
Mikala Kass
November 30, 2020