Quenching a thirst for human rights

The United Nations says clean water is a universal human right, but millions of people still lack access to it, even in developed countries like the United States. ASU researchers are studying court cases from around the world to learn how the law can be used to advance the right to water.

Getting a grasp on violence

Thomas Dishion studies the foundations of aggression in the hopes of predicting and reducing it. He says that our connections with others play a key role in our propensity for violence.

ASU entrepreneurs brew up innovation

The 2016 Edson Student Entrepreneurship Initiative Cohort is a diverse group with a common goal of making real impact in the local and global community.

Making movies of molecular machines

The structures of some of the most scientifically important biomolecules have been impossible to determine—until now. ASU researchers helped pioneer a technique for observing these proteins in action.

Tweeting terror: Understanding extremism on social media

Extremist organizations use social media to promote their ideology and recruit new members globally. ASU professors are collaborating to track, analyze and understand this threat.