Younger tenants driving up apartment demand in region
East Valley Tribune | August 21, 2017
“I do not think that there is the risk of a bubble in the apartment market,” Mark Stapp, Fred E. Taylor professor of real estate at W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University, said via email. “If anything, this is going to continue to be a tight market both for home sales and for rentals.”
ATMs dealing in digital currency are making digital cash a reality
AZ Big Media | August 21, 2017
Taylor said Dash, which is affiliated with Arizona State University, is trying to help the state become a central location for cryptocurrency and blockchain, the secure technology behind virtual currencies.
The way airlines board planes affects how easily bugs are spread among passengers
The Economist | August 21, 2017
Researchers at Arizona State University, Florida State University and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University have found that the way airlines board planes can have a huge effect on the potential for disease contagion.
Construction begins on 'tiny home' hub for homeless veterans in Phoenix
AZ Central | August 19, 2017
Singleton is working alongside Arizona State University students through a partnership with Greenlight Solutions, a non-profit that connects students to community groups partaking in sustainability-driven projects. Five ASU students were among those working on Saturday's project.
Local Hyperloop team offers look into transportation technology future
Phoenix Business Journal | August 18, 2017
Arizona’s SpaceX Hyperloop competition team debuted its chassis pod half-size prototype and carbon fiber cover this week as one of the finalists helping to bring high-speed mass transportation closer to reality.