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The Big Idea: How can a box of light help treat infant jaundice?

A team of ASU entrepreneurs has developed an innovative and inexpensive solution to the problem of infant jaundice in developing countries.

Student venture advances jaundice treatment globally

Millions of babies fail to receive adequate treatment for jaundice each year, particularly in developing countries. ASU entrepreneurs teamed up to create a solution.

HealthTell aims to disrupt diagnostics

What if we could detect diseases before symptoms even appear? Spurred by ASU’s culture of innovation, a spinout company is developing technology that could revolutionize health care.

Inventive ASU faculty recognized for record-breaking year

During fiscal year 2015, ASU faculty were issued 62 U.S. patents, launched 12 new startup companies and submitted 270 invention disclosures to Arizona Technology Enterprises (AzTE).

Jetpack helps soldiers run faster

What if every soldier could run a four-minute mile? That's the goal behind 4MM, or 4 Minute Mile, a student project to create a wearable jetpack that enhances speed and agility.

Student start-up helps journalists stay safe

PACE Development Group is an ASU start-up company that trains journalists how to stay safe in high-risk situations such as war zones

Research-based tech helps education get smart

Arizona's education system has significant room for improvement. Researchers at ASU are finding innovative solutions through new technologies.

NextPotential turns greenhouse gas into natural gas

An ASU student startup called NextPotential aims to change the energy game with its carbon recycling technology.

Bee-free pollination

More than 100 agricultural crops in the U.S. rely on bees for pollination. But bees are dying off at more then twice the sustainable rate. A team of ASU students has developed an innovative alternative.

Student business supports veterans, women

Michelle Bravo and her team at i Rock The Boots have set out to give back to veterans while promoting the “strength and femininity” of women in public service.

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