Stripping carbon dioxide from the atmosphere
ABC | March 18, 2017
Klaus Lackner and his colleagues at the Center for Negative Carbon Emissions at Arizona State University in Phoenix are focussed on this problem. They are developing technology using a moisture swing sorbent cycle for capturing carbon dioxide from air.
How to elude Russian hackers with decent password security
PHYS.ORG | March 16, 2017
After you create a strong password for your password manager, it can create random passwords for your other accounts—and will remember them for you as well.
"It's more secure and it makes your life easier," said Jamie Winterton, director of strategy at the Global Security Initiative at Arizona State University.
ASU home to cutting edge Honey Bee Research Lab
AZ Family | March 16, 2017
"The bee lab initially was engaged in a bee breeding program, to breed bees that were more effective pollinators," said Dr. Robert Page with the ASU School of Life Sciences.
Will collaboration or competition propel humans to Mars and beyond? A future tense event recap.
Slate | March 16, 2017
Lindy Elkins-Tanton, Director of the School of Earth and Space Exploration at ASU, launched the conversation by setting up the extraterrestrial stakes.
“We have a lot of questions about our future, and I think that a lot of them are going to be answered in the context of space exploration. Not just in international relations, but resources, technology, social behaviors, the fracturing of the human race,” she said.
It wasn't just Greece: Archaeologists find early democratic societies in the Americas
Science Magazine | March 15, 2017
"I think it's a breakthrough," agrees Michael E. Smith, an archaeologist at Arizona State University (ASU) in Tempe. "I've called it the most important work in the archaeology of political organization in the last 20 years."