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Three ASU professors named Senior Members of National Academy of Inventors

ASU innovators in engineering and chemistry are recognized for inventions that benefit society.

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Seven ways to stay secure in a connected world

Smart devices provide tremendous benefits, but each one is a gateway to your personal information. ASU researchers provide tips for protecting your safety and privacy.

Smart security for kids

While interactive, connected toys may be attractive to children, they possess the same security and privacy vulnerabilities as any other internet of things device. Learn about the different security approaches two ASU researchers take with their own kids.

With urban fishing, there’s a catch

Fishing in urban lakes and ponds can provide an inexpensive source of protein and other nutrients. But ASU’s Beth Polidoro says regulation of waterways doesn’t cast a wide enough net.

TEDxASU event looked ahead to the future

At the March 25 event, held at Gammage Auditorium, speakers explored everything from the democratization of space exploration and AI's role in ending sex trafficking to the future of cancer diagnosis. Watch the recently uploaded TED talks here.

The Othello whisperer: A Q&A with Ayanna Thompson

ASU’s Ayanna Thompson talks about her path from Wall Street analyst to Shakespearean scholar and what race has to do with the Bard of Avon.

A path to reentry: providing tools for youth in the juvenile justice system

ASU researchers are providing career-readiness skills and resources to help youths in the juvenile justice system successfully transition back into their communities.

Geowhat?

ASU researchers propose geomimicry as part of NSF 2026 Idea Machine competition. Help them win by giving their “Big Idea” your vote.

IoT entrepreneurs create a wealth of smart stuff

ASU’s entrepreneurial ecosystem gives rise to smart devices that improve our health, security and well-being.

Watering down diabetes

ASU researcher Stavros Kavouras sees the glass half full in the fight against diabetes. His research shows that proper hydration could combat negative health outcomes.

Luminosity — where creative genius works | ASU KEDtalk

Mark Naufel launched Luminosity with moonshot ideas in mind. Now, interdisciplinary teams of students with bright ideas are designing, building and deploying innovations that positively impact society.

ASU grants 'MiniMasters' to Chemonics employees at global graduation

ASU and Chemonics partnership on "MiniMasters" program opens doors to global education opportunities for Chemonics employees worldwide.

What poop says about your health | ASU KEDtalk

For Meli'sa 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.