ASU researchers are creating an interactive digital tool that will showcase the impacts of the Colorado River shortage and the effects of water policy decisions in a format that anyone can access and understand.
Mikala Kass
March 21, 2022
Thanks to its top-notch facilities, researchers and graduates, ASU is helping turn Arizona into a microelectronics hub. Here, ASU experts share insights about this surreal field of microchips the size of dust mites, water too clean to drink, delicately layered wafers, desperate global demand and a renewable energy revolution.
Mikala Kass
January 18, 2022
A new year is traditionally a time for looking forward, but in these challenging times, it can be exhausting to stay hopeful about the future. For a dose of optimism, we asked researchers at ASU to share what gives them hope from within their research fields.
Elise Lange
January 10, 2022
Despite a year of unparalleled challenges, including a pandemic, travel restrictions and redirected funding, Arizona State University continues to grow its research enterprise and advance new discoveries and solutions.
January 03, 2022
In the Sonoran Desert, water — even wastewater — is a precious resource. ASU researchers are putting sewage to use to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and create a variety of valuable products.
Elise Lange
November 29, 2021