Secrets of the Y chromosome
New York Times | June 12, 2018
“It’s dynamic but stable,” said Melissa Wilson Sayres, who studies sex chromosomes at Arizona State University. “It may lose a gene or two, but it may also gain sequences. It’s not a dead end.”
How ASU is spearheading innovation in the changing world of research technology
Ed Tech Times | June 06, 2018
With the growing presence of new technologies to support research, institutions must balance the need to innovate and scale with the need to adhere to government regulations. Yet accoridng to Seab Dudley, executive director of research technology at Arizona State University, institutions need to be willing "to not just run from risk."
Dust likely behind weird dimming of 'Tabby's Star'
CNET | June 06, 2018
Arizona State University post-doctoral researcher Eva Bodman is part of the collaboration and presented her own findings alongside Yin and Wilcox. She says what can be said for sure is that any dust cloud obscuring the star is extremely complex.