Research explains the science behind leaving children in hot cars
ABC15 Arizona | May 21, 2019
"Sometimes when people are driving in cars, they'll go into these mindless states, and they'll drive effectively for 10-15 minutes and not really have any memory of the route they were taking or what they were doing," Associate Psychology Professor at Arizona State University Gene Brewer said.
ASU creates new technology to research how heat impacts our bodies
ABC15 Arizona | May 20, 2019
"I know that this knowledge that I'm producing is actually being used to make it more comfortable here in the desert for people," Assistant Professor at Arizona State University Ariane Middel said.
UN biodiversity report paints bleak future, but ASU researcher says there's time to reconnect with the environment
AZCentral | May 15, 2019
Leah Gerber, a professor at Arizona State University's School of Life Sciences, called the death rate at Dolphinaris"unprecedented" and evidence that dolphins should never have been brought to the desert.
Why Apollo 10 Stopped Just 47,000 Feet From the Moon
New York Times | May 14, 2019
Jim Bell is a professor in the School of Earth and Space Exploration at Arizona State University and president of The Planetary Society, the world’s largest public space advocacy organization. His most recent book is “The Earth Book” (Sterling, 2019), a photo-rich history of Earth Science.
ASU scientist kicks off major trial study that could prevent dog cancer
azfamily.com | May 10, 2019
An Arizona State University scientist just kicked off a trial study for dog cancer vaccinations. The inventor, Stephen Johnston, said he's worked on this vaccine for 12 years.