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Honey bees’ importance to the environment and businesses

Tony Thai | December 20, 2018

Chelsea Cook, a postdoctoral researcher at ASU’s Honey Bee Research Lab on the Polytechnic campus, believes honeybees are worth billions of dollars.

Single doesn’t mean being lonely or alone

The Conversation | December 20, 2018

Associate Professor of Philosophy Elizabeth Brake is breaking the stereotype that single means being alone through her research on ethics and politics of the family. 

ASU scientist the mastermind behind space device that found water on asteroid Bennu

AZFamily.com | December 19, 2018

ASU scientist Dr. Phil Christensen's OTES device finds water on the astroid Bennu, which will help shine a new light on the history of the Earth. 

Is 'Rudolph' Racist? Viewing Old Art Through A Modern Lens

KJZZ | December 19, 2018

During this winter holiday season, maybe you’ve turned on the television or dialed up a subscriber service to catch one of the old classics — like "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" or "A Charlie Brown Christmas."

But some on social media are saying that Rudolph, in particular, has racist and bigoted elements and is out of step with our current sensibilities.

What Can Cacti Tell Us About Cancer?

KJZZ | December 14, 2018

Carlo Maley and Athena Aktipis have helped set up a cactus garden on the school’s Tempe campus — but the garden doesn’t feature the kinds of specimens you might expect to see. Instead, they’re plants with kinds of malformations on them.

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