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ASU and Chemonics partnership on "MiniMasters" program opens doors to global education opportunities for Chemonics employees worldwide.
For Me’lisa Crawford, talking about poop isn’t gross or impolite — it’s an important part of a day’s work. She studies poop to learn about the microbiome, or gut bacteria, and to understand how gut bacteria affect your health.
“Does this make me look fat?” has become a part of regular conversation. ASU researchers are exploring what this means culturally.
Researchers at ASU are exploring law and policy options for protecting users’ privacy and security without stifling innovation on the internet of things.
In this series on the internet of things, ASU experts discuss what the internet of things is, what it means for us now, and what it will mean for future generations.
The Interstate 10 spans the U.S. and offers a living laboratory for exploring the biggest issues of our time. Duke Reiter explains how ASU’s Ten Across (10X) initiative is using this transect to plan a resilient future.
Joining the inaugural class of Senior Members, ASU innovators expand ASU’s longstanding involvement in the NAI.
Is innovation always good? And is more always better? Not without "soul work," says Gaymon Bennett. He explains what soul work, shadow and spirituality have to do with our fixation on innovation in a new KEDtalk format with bonus podcast.
There’s no “I” in team, but increasingly, there is AI. Researchers from across ASU are helping people, robots and artificial intelligence collaborate more effectively, safely and ethically.
Mayo Clinic and ASU collaborations launch novel research with the goal of improving patient care.
Through mentorship, spaces and funding opportunities, ASU Entrepreneurship and Innovation's Venture Devils program helps good ideas get off the ground.
Four years ago, ASU joined forces with Verizon to increase access to technology for under-resourced high schools. Now, a new grant from Verizon will expand that program to include middle schools.
Space missions are more affordable when the cost is shared. ASU, Lockheed Martin and GEOshare are using a consortium model to increase access to space science worldwide.