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Student Zach Hamilton started an eco-friendly power-washing business with help from ASU entrepreneurship programs.
ASU graduate students and researchers are creating organic solar cells to make electricity using sunlight.
What does water mean to the people who live in Phoenix? Edgar Cardenas explores this question through photos as part of the Phoenix Transect project.
ASU researchers are optimizing tiny, photosynthetic bacteria to produce a sustainable, high-yield fuel that can be used in conventional engines.
ASU researchers are developing optimized versions of cyanobacteria to produce biofuel.
ASU scientists are working to make cost-effective, renewable fuel from algae.
An ASU student creates skin care products using natural ingredients and biodegradable packaging.
How do we decide what kinds of water conservation measures to implement when we don't know what future precipitation, temperatures, or population will be? Craig Kirkwood helps people make decisions when conditions are uncertain.
Phoenix in the summer is hot all around. But low-income neighborhoods are even hotter than wealthy enclaves. How can this be?
Where some people see slime, Milt Sommerfeld and his colleagues see fuel and food. They believe algae can provide solutions to some of the trickiest environmental problems looming right in front of us.