Neandertals and early modern humans probably didn't meet at rumored rendezvous site
Science Magazine | September 04, 2017
Geoffrey Clark, an anthropologist at Arizona State University in Tempe, says the new technique is a big improvement over standard bone collagen dating, and he is looking forward to seeing it applied to previously dated Neandertal remains from other sites. "Whether they will get the same results isn’t known yet, but it looks promising," he says.
How artificial intelligence, robotics could transform jobs in 10 years
AZ Central | September 04, 2017
In addition to engineers who will be needed to design these machines and technicians to maintain and program them, others eventually will work side by side with robots, said Heni Ben Amor, an assistant engineering professor at Arizona State University.
FDA antimicrobial ban leaves many products unchanged
KJZZ | September 04, 2017
"There had been efforts to prove their safety for many decades, really. And the evidence accumulated over time that the chemicals actually might have significant health risks, and yet didn't quite deliver on the front of killing the germs as advertised," said Rolf Halden, director of the Center for Environmental Health Engineering at Arizona State University.
ASU cameras capture solar eclipse from moon's point of view
KTAR | September 02, 2017
“Planning the image required close cooperation between the LROC team at ASU and the LRO Missions Operations Center at Goddard Space Flight Center,” Mark Robinson, the principal investigator of LROC at ASU’s School of Earth and Space Exploration, told ASU News.
What happened to precision medicine?
Phoenix Business Journal | September 01, 2017
You have to be very careful what the construct is that you want to achieve, and you need to understand where you’re starting from,” said Anna Barker, a professor and co-director of Complex Adaptive Systems at Arizona State University and director of the National Biomarker Development Alliance.