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ASU researcher: sitting is not the new smoking

KJZZ | October 17, 2018

ASU College of Health Solutions associate professor Matthew Buman authored the study with other researchers, and said the idea that sitting is the new smoking has no basis in evidence.

Instagram to the rescue? Universities spearheading crowdsourced flood information app

Forbes | October 16, 2018

Five universities—including Arizona State University—are working on a Smart and Connected Communities project to improve flood monitoring and predictions in urban areas.

Puppy cuteness is perfectly timed to manipulate humans

The Atlantic | October 11, 2018

"All puppies are cute,” explains Clive Wynne, the head of Arizona State University’s canine-science laboratory. “But not all puppies are equally cute.”

World’s 1st blockchain university to begin teaching in 2019

ABC News | October 04, 2018

Arizona State University has its own Blockchain Research Lab intent on research “to see this technology positively impact the world.” The college defines blockchain as “a decentralized, digital ledger system” that is “a chain because additions or changes can only be made by adding new information to the end.”

ASU Hackathon seeks to create technology to solve problems

Arizona PBS | October 02, 2018

The annual Hacks for Humanity put on by Arizona State University’s Project Humanities is a 36-hour hackathon that challenges participants to come up with new technologies to help solve local and global problems.

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