An ASU student startup has developed an application that connects English language learners in China with native English speakers. The app won $50,000 at the second annual Spark Tank pitch competition, hosted by ASU's W. P. Carey School of Business.
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Arizona State University researcher Sarah Mathew weighs in on a new study that suggests that individuals may punish others, without being wronged directly, to appear trustworthy to peers.
A research team consisting of scientists from Arizona State University and other institutions has found that uncertain climatic conditions are pushing fish toward North and South Poles, threatening the traditional food sources of countries located closer to the Equator, some of which are poor.
Arizona State University Professor of Practice Dan Gillmor from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication sheds light on what Apple's fight wtih FBI on unlocking security features could mean for future privacy issues.
What does it take to keep smart, entrepreneurial college graduates in the Phoenix metro area? Sethuraman "Panch" Panchanathan, chief research and innovation officer and executive vice president of the Arizona State University Knowledge Enterprise, shares his insight in this Arizona Republic op-ed piece.