ASU researchers create self-sufficient, movable health care clinic
azfamily.com | April 07, 2019
"The U.S. military is obviously very interested in developing equipment that can be rapidly deployed for military operations," said Cody Van Cleve, an ASU grad student. "The next natural progression is can we design it for the military but can we also use it for disaster response or humanitarian assistance."
Did humans develop better technologies without knowing why they worked?
The Boston Globe | April 01, 2019
The study also involved researchers from Arizona State University and CNRS, the French science agency.
ASU Gets $50 Million Gift for Research Into Dementia
U.S. News & World Report | March 25, 2019
"This is a tremendous $50 million investment in a really important area where we can be of greater service to the public," ASU President Michael Crow told The Arizona Republic. "This is going to allow us to jump to a world-class player."
Psyche: Metal world mission targets 'iron volcanoes'
BBC | March 18, 2019
"One of the things that happens when metal freezes is that it loses about 7% of its volume. So we have a crust that's solid and the inside is continuing to solidify, but it's losing its volume as it solidifies," said Prof Elkins-Tanton, from Arizona State University (ASU) in Tempe.
What Would a Dog Do on Mars?
Atlantic Media Company | March 18, 2019
It would be far worse for a passenger who couldn’t comprehend what was going on, says Clive Wynne, a psychology professor at Arizona State University who studies canine behavior, and the author of the forthcoming book Dog Is Love: Why and How Your Dog Loves You.