Engineering
As one of the first Hispanic women in the U.S. to become a tenured engineering faculty member, Jean Andino now mentors other underrepresented STEM students. Here, the interim director for ASU’s Hispanic Research Center talks about her career path and shares her top picks for Hispanic contributions to society.
Lori K. Baker
October 05, 2020
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
Helping humans and robots work as teams, disarming disinformation, fighting cancer with our own immune systems — these are just a few of the big ideas that ASU researchers are exploring. Learn about their work and what drives them in our latest season of ASU KEDtalks.
Madison Arnold
July 27, 2020
For researchers that control spacecraft on other planets, working remotely is nothing new. ASU scientists working on the upcoming NASA Perseverance rover and the Odyssey orbiter discuss collaborating from home on a project millions of miles away.
Pete Zrioka
July 20, 2020