Students from Arizona State University's Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering showed off their final projects during a special showcase.
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From the article: Salt River Project and Arizona State University are teaming up to see if algae can capture carbon dioxide from flue gas at coal and natural gas power plants. Flue gas is the waste product that is emitted from the plant. Algae grown naturally at the Coronado Generating Station is taken to a lab at ASU where students and researchers simulate power plant emissions.
Arizona State University associate professor Matthew Delmont expands on Bernie Sanders's participation in a school segregation protest in Chicago in 1963 and the struggle for civil rights legislation in the northern United States.
From the article: Scientists, artists, engineers, athletes and other creatives will come together for the annual Emerge: Artists + Scientists Redesign the Future to explore the theme "The Future of Sport 2040." The free, family-friendly event will showcase thought-provoking ideas of what sports and athletic competitions will look like in the future, and festival-goers will be encouraged to take part and get inspired.
The article by Arizona State University associate professor Ron Broglio reflects on the Chernobyl nuclear disaster and the radioactive fallout that still continues to shape life in the exclusion zone.