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Arizona professor: Bottled water may not be safer than tap water

The Daily Star | January 02, 2018

Arizona State University professor Elisabeth Graffy, who used to work at the U.S. Geological Survey, said consumers shouldn’t assume any bottled water is completely safe.

Cases of STDs on the rise for people 55 and older in Arizona

Fox 10 | January 02, 2018

The biology is the same, but the generation is different, according to Marriane McCarthy, an Associate Professor and Researcher with Arizona State University College of Nursing.

Moscow is a terrifying city for drivers. So what if a car doesn't have one?

The Guardian | January 02, 2018

“The problem is that the signs are small, and in Russia they look very similar,” explained Sami Mian, a computer scientist at Arizona State University. “The main difference is numbers and arrows, and a city entry sign can look almost the same as a stop sign. The top team had 40% accuracy.”

15 top science & tech leaders offer surprising predictions for 2018

NBC News | December 31, 2017

Dr. Lawrence Krauss is a professor of earth and space exploration and director of the Origins Project at Arizona State University in Tempe. He is the author of nine books, including "A Universe from Nothing," "The Physics of Star Trek", and "The Greatest Story Ever Told."

Tally of Phoenix homicides show increase in 2017 from 2016

U.S. News & World Report | December 31, 2017

Scott Decker of the Center for Public Criminology at the Arizona State University School of Criminology and Criminal Justice says Phoenix's homicide rate is low compared with such large cities as Chicago, Atlanta and St. Louis.

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