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Jazzy circumnavigator

Steve Limpert is an ASU student who plays the trumpet and studies electrical engineering. As a recipient of the Circumnavigator's Club Award, he will travel to 6 countries to research organic solar cells.

Home for Hope offers shelter from the storm

Natural disasters like Hurricane Katrina inspired Home for Hope, a project developed by ASU students. The venture aims to ease housing shortages by providing durable, mobile shelter units to those in need.

Honors thesis meets metal

Julie Mikelson decided to forgo the traditional honors thesis paper. Instead she showcased her metalworking talent through a gallery exhibit of her jewelry.

Fruit fly research could benefit humans

Undergraduate molecular bioscience/biotechnology major, Erica Heinrich, works as a researcher in the laboratory of Professor Jon F. Harrison. Heinrich studies oxygen-deprivation levels in fruit flies.

ASU Robotics Team

Intel Corporation is working with senior-year computer science and engineering students in the School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering, a part of ASU’s Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering.

Sustainable skin care

An ASU student creates skin care products using natural ingredients and biodegradable packaging.

Big effects from small stuff: Nanotech and the environment

Nanotechnology holds great promise for industries ranging from medicine to computers to fashion. But what kind of effect do all these tiny particles have on the environment? A Chandler, Arizona high school student is working with ASU researchers to find out.