Knowledge Enterprise In the News

How to improve your sex life, according to psychologists

An ASU study examined the associations between exciting or challenging experiences couples shared on vacations and physical intimacy and relationship satisfaction.

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How new strides in nanotechnology could improve cancer treatment

A team of ASU researchers created a nanodevice that can selectively target cancer cells to administer cancer-fighting drugs right where they’re needed.

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An ASU professor is cracking open the weirdly profitable world of criminal bug smuggling

A team of seven ASU researchers is working to study illegally smuggled insects and help law enforcement catch the criminals behind it.

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ASU, Phoenix, others will share $15 million to develop climate, sustainability solutions

The Southwest Sustainability Innovation Engine is to receive funding in order to further research on economically competitive solutions to regional challenges.

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Americans don’t sleep enough. The long-term effects are dire, especially for Black people

Researchers at ASU contribute to studies about the effects of sleep deprivation on Black and Hispanic people.

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The Opioid Crisis Is Now Being Tracked with Wastewater

Environmental engineer Erin Driver comments on wastewater-based epidemiology and how it opens new avenues for research.

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Optimism for hydrogen as an alternative fuel source continues to build in the Valley

ASU’s Ryan Milcarek weighs in on expanding hydrogen fuel operations in Arizona.

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OpenAI launches first university partnership, providing full ChatGPT enterprise access to ASU

OpenAI partners with ASU to provide them with ChatGPT enterprise access, which will be used to incorporate AI with the courses in the university.

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ASU research touches on Arizona groundwater management

An ASU research team is pioneering a satellite system to track changes in groundwater supply.

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Arizona State Plans $185M Science and Technology Building

ASU is investing heavily in educational and research facilities that will be open to tech industry partners.

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