Cyberloafing, i.e., spending time browsing Facebook and watching cat videos, costs U.S. businesses nearly $85 billion in lost time. Arizona State University researcher Jeremy Glassman and his colleagues have designed a software to prevent it.
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A new, ground-breaking technology from Arizona State University measures glucose levels by using disposable biosensor strips to test a sample of saliva from human and animals.
Researchers from ASU and Mayo Clinic are exploring ways to improve the fatigue many women experience after fighting and surviving breast cancer.
A conference organized by the New America Foundation and Arizona State University in Washington D.C. focused on the evolving role and structure of the Marine Corps as it relates to handling future threats.
The military is working on something called “implantable neural interfaces.” This is essentially a way to tap into the brain. Bradley Greger, an associate professor in the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering at Arizona State University, speaks about it.