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Easing the breaks on the "immortality" enzyme could slow aging

New Atlas | February 27, 2018

"Telomerase has a built-in braking system to ensure precise synthesis of correct telomeric DNA repeats," says Julian Chen, lead researcher on the study.

NASA's Odyssey captures footage of Mars' moons which look like lumpy space 'potatoes

International Business Times | February 26, 2018

The THERMIS camera was developed and is operated by the Arizona State University, and its name happens to be an acronym for Thermal Emission Imaging System, and it is also a feature of the orbiter Mars Odyssey.

MLB, ASU students team up to hit home run on zero-waste initiative

KTAR | February 26, 2018

Eleven students who are studying at Arizona State University’s Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability have teamed up with the league to promote zero waste practices at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick.

Scientists examine potential meteorites at ASU Open House event

ABC 15 | February 25, 2018

People traveled to Arizona State University's Tempe campus Saturday afternoon for the ASU Open House to have their discoveries analyzed by scientists from the Center for Meteorite Studies.  

The ISS was never supposed to end like this

NBC News | February 22, 2018

That left the station with a lot of critics in the scientific community. “One unexpected side benefit of the ISS was in producing make-work projects for private industry like SpaceX to develop their rockets, and that would be useful down the road,” says Arizona State University physicist Lawrence Krauss.

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