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ASU professor shoots for the moon with new science fiction book

The State Press | November 27, 2018

In a universe filled with flying cars, vibrantly colored space creatures and childlike-wonder, Andrew Maynard, professor in the School for the Future of Innovation in Society and director of the ASU Risk Innovation Lab, contributed to the world of science fiction with the release of his new book. 

Alzheimer’s research funding reaches $1.9 billion, but experts say it’s still not enough

AZ Daily Sun | November 27, 2018

Edward Ofori, an Arizona State University professor, said more funds would increase the chances of finding a cure for a disease that as yet has no survivors

Neural-enabled prosthetic hand helps amputees feel again

The State Press | November 27, 2018

ASU professor James Abbas and a team of researchers have developed the first neural-enabled prosthetic hand

Where did Earth's water come from? ASU scientists may have a new answer

The State Press | November 27, 2018

A new theory about the Earth's formation explains an oft-overlooked source of water. 

Arizona State's technicians show Mars researchers the perfect Mars landing spot

12news | November 27, 2018

The 8th landing device touched down on Mars, and all eight landings have one thing in common. The technicians at ASU's School of Earth and Space Exploration have helped Mars researchers find the perfect landing spot for all the missions.

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