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ASU engineering students compete in Space-X Hyperloop competition

AZ Family | August 30, 2017

A team of engineering students returned to Arizona State University this week from a Space-X Hyperloop competition, feeling both accomplished and disappointed.

The "pod" they designed and built from scratch earned top points leading up to Sunday's final test in the Hyperloop tube in California.

As artificial intelligence advances, what are its religious implications?

Religion & Politics | August 29, 2017

The ties between religious thinkers and artificial intelligence developers should be made stronger, according to Lydia Manikonda, a PhD student at Arizona State University who is working, along with several other researchers, on the paper with Matias about religion and artificial intelligence.

Why isn't Harvey moving? High pressure in the Southwest keeps storm stalled

AZ Central | August 29, 2017

Part of the reason the storm is stuck over Texas is the same reason Phoenix has seen above-normal temperatures for much of this week. A strong area of high pressure is hanging over the Southwest and doesn’t seem to be going anywhere soon. Randy Cerveny, climate researcher and professor at Arizona State University, explains.

NASA probe sees great American solar eclipse from the moon

Space.com | August 29, 2017

"While all of Monday's thrill was in experiencing the shadow of the moon sweep across us on Earth, on the moon this was just another typical day," said LROC principal investigator Mark Robinson, of Arizona State University.

Scottsdale company keeps humans, animals cool in their pools year round

AZ Central | August 26, 2017

There are international hotel chains like Westin, Hyatt and Marriott, and colleges like Arizona State University Polytechnic campus, which uses it in a tank that turns algae into fuel, Argovitz said.

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