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ASU honey bee lab works to save the vital insects

East Valley Tribune | January 07, 2018

One recent study at the facility tracked the effects of different sugars, including high-fructose corn syrup, on honey bee health, said Osman Kaftanoglu, Honey Bee Research Lab project manager.

Newsmaker Sunday on cryptocurrency

Fox 10 | January 07, 2018

Newsmaker Sunday is breaking down Bitcoin. What is it? Should you own it? Or is it a financial disaster waiting to happen? We'll answer those questions this week on Fox 10 Newsmaker Sunday. Our guest this week is Geoffrey Smith, a professor at ASU.

ASU space experts say better technology leads to more discoveries about asteroids

Fox 10 | January 06, 2018

"A meteorite is a rock from space, a rock from space that's landed on Earth, and it's actually a piece of an asteroid. And asteroids are rocky bodies that are the remnants from the formation of the solar system," said David Williams, an associate research professor at ASU's School of Earth and Space Exploration.

Moore: Gender-equality movement could help spark new push in sports

AZ Central | January 06, 2018

Neal Lester, founding director of Project Humanities at Arizona State University, said the gender-equality movement – including the #MeToo campaign that has started hitting the sports world – can bring about social change, though it “isn’t going to happen overnight.”

Allhands: Why 120 degrees in Phoenix is better than -30 degrees in Boston

AZ Central | January 05, 2018

"All things being equal, I’d rather be cooling than heating," says Martin Pasqualetti, a sustainability professor at Arizona State University. "I'd rather live here than there based on energy alone."

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