Calviri, Inc. is a biotech startup that spun out of Arizona State University Biodesign Institute. It is focused on prevention and treatment of cancer. One of the core focuses of Calviri is developing an RNA-based vaccine for cancer.
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Five years ago, KJZZ’s Arizona Science Desk reported on Arizona State University's plans to send a new, light-sensitive camera to explore the moon’s darkest regions. ShadowCam reached the moon aboard the Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter about a month ago.
An Arizona State University startup has received funding to validate research for fire-safe lithium-ion batteries.
Safe-Li, which holds a license to commercialize fire-safe lithium-ion and lithium-metal battery technology, received $300,000 in seed funding and was accepted into Shell’s GameChanger Program, according to an ASU annnouncement.
Arizona State University (ASU) has announced that it will partner with Crash Course to offer a series of online courses for college credit that will begin on YouTube. The courses are a significant expansion of the current Study Hall collaboration between the three organizations and represent a new chapter in attempts to open more affordable pathways to higher education.
Two Arizona State University faculty members have been selected to lead a regional proposal to advance microelectronics research, development, education, and training in the Southwest.