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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.
Students and entrepreneurs use video game technology to gauge and improve the healing process of physical therapy patients. (Photo by wavebreakmedia/Shutterstock.com)
ASU students are finding creative ways to solve global challenges, from poor communities in Mexico to education reform here in the U.S.
A team of engineering students have found a way to make use of dog poo while saving money and benefiting the environment.
Turning ideas into products and services requires expertise in business, marketing and law. Arizona Technology Enterprises helps move ASU inventions into the marketplace.
GoTiming was developed by ASU students as an affordable alternative to the costly timing systems used in athletic events like running and cycling.
Sweet Inde is a student-owned bakery that empowers people with disabilities to gain competitive community employment.
Student Zach Hamilton started an eco-friendly power-washing business with help from ASU entrepreneurship programs.
A group of ASU bioengineering students is developing an eye-tracking system by fitting a non-prescription contact lens with miniscule magnets that move with movements of the pupil.
An ASU student creates skin care products using natural ingredients and biodegradable packaging.