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ABC15 Arizona | February 19, 2020

A cancer diagnosis can change everything in a profound way. It's something many of us have a personal connection to. But one scientist at Arizona State University is taking his experience and channeling it to find a cure.

U.S. News & World Report | February 18, 2020

Long periods of sitting were also associated with excess weight, a wider waist and increased triglyceride levels, said senior researcher Dorothy Sears. She's a professor of nutrition at the Arizona State University College of Health Solutions, in Phoenix.

azfamily.com | February 18, 2020

Once again, researchers at Arizona State University are doing some life-changing work. They’re using viruses to fight cancer. Their work has been going on for years inside the Biodesign Institute.

Bloomberg | February 17, 2020

“Locust outbreaks are expected to become more frequent and severe under climate change,” said Rick Overson, a research coordinator at the Global Locust Initiative at Arizona State University. “Locusts are quite adept at responding rapidly and capitalizing on extreme rainfall events.”

www.statepress.com | February 11, 2020

An ASU professor and his students have made a contribution toward finding the cause of Alzheimer’s disease by improving single-DNA base editing with an efficiency of up to 90% in human stem cells.