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How a purple school bus brings clean drinking water to Navajo Nation

AZ Central | November 03, 2017

Michael Hanemann, director of Arizona State University's Center for Environmental Economics and Sustainability Policy, has worked with water management for the better part of 40 years and studies the impacts it has on rural areas' economies.

Top takeaways from the 2017 customer rage study

Forbes | November 03, 2017

“Resolution is the key word—customers want their problems resolved,” said Mary Jo Bitner, ASU's Center for Services Leadership. “Typically it takes multiple contacts before a problem is resolved, and too frequently there is not a satisfactory resolution. This is extremely frustrating and dissatisfying for customers.”

Roundtable: How are residents impacted when communities shift?

KJZZ | November 03, 2017

To close the series, KJZZ’s Carrie Jung has brought together a group of experts and stakeholders for a roundtable discussion of some of these, issues including Deirdre Pfeiffer, associate professor of Urban Planning in ASU’s School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning

NASA's next Mars rover will have nearly two dozen cameras

Fox News | November 03, 2017

"Routinely using 3D images at high resolution could pay off in a big way,", Mastcam-Z principal investigator Jim Bell, of Arizona State University in Tempe, said in the same statement. "They're useful for both long-range and near-field science targets."

ASU Polytechnic researchers are developing small robots from plastic

The State Press | November 02, 2017

Costing only about $50 to make, this robot is one of a few experiments that researchers at Poly's IDEAlab hope will jump start a movement of young students creating their own robots.

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