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Student inventions on display at Innovation Showcase

ASU undergraduate students are creating technologies with real-world applications.

eEcosphere app helps people live more sustainably

When it comes to solving a big problem like climate change, where do you start? ASU researchers have created eEcosphere, a sustainability-focused social media application and service.

Robot scouts rooms people can’t enter

Arizona State University students are developing a robotic room-mapping system for Sandia National Laboratories.

Students clean wastewater with bacteria

A team of students has developed technology that uses bacteria to clean wastewater. In the process, it produces hydrogen gas, a renewable energy resource.

Students solve industry challenges through iProjects

Through the iProjects program, ASU student teams and their faculty mentors work with industry partners to address real-world challenges.

ASU and you: Partnering for impact

ASU's entrepreneurial mindset has made us a leader in creating and nurturing new ideas and ventures. Hear what some of our partners have to say about working with ASU.

ASU alum grows business while getting degree

With the resources available at ASU, anyone with the drive can be an entrepreneur. Todd VanDuzer, founder of Student-Tutor, is living proof.

Putting health in your hands—and on your feet

Do you sit at a computer all day? Getting up and moving around can greatly improve your health. Luckily, there’s an app for that.

ASU startup introduces novel way to find senior care

An ASU entrepreneur has created LateLiving.com, a website that provides floating walkthrough video tours of independent and assisted living facilities.

Boogüd: Bamboo bicycles

In many parts of the world, rough terrain limits the mobility of people in wheelchairs. ASU students created an innovative hand-cycle to solve this problem as part of a class project.