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Through new materials and smart sensors, researchers at ASU are paving the way to better transportation infrastructure that lasts longer, costs less and protects the environment as well as human safety.
The way we design and build our cities can help drive people’s transportation choices. ASU researchers are helping local cities promote sustainable transit.
For a long-term energy solution, we need to mimic nature. ASU scientists have developed a bioreactor that uses photosynthesis to grow cyanobacteria for biofuel.
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.
Artist Teresa Miró tells the stories of people who ride the Phoenix bus system through words and illustrations.
Algae as a renewable fuel? Scientists, industry and policy-makers met Minneapolis to discuss ways to make it happen.
A team of engineering students has created an unmanned aerial vehicle powered by the sun.
ASU researchers are working on improving the Valley's transportation infrastructure using integrated model systems.
ASU scientists are working to make cost-effective, renewable fuel from algae.
Distracted drivers cause thousands of deaths in car crashes every year. Robert Gray is making driving safer by finding the best ways to bring people's attention back to the road.