Popular Science picks Fulton Schools innovation as a top world-changing technology
A new ASU study is showing that the number of parking spaces available in a city may affect automobile usage.
Students pitched their ideas at the eSeed Challenge and now 10 new ventures have earned funding to take the next step to start their companies.
ASU researchers will develop innovative carbon dioxide capture and delivery systems to ramp up cultivation of microorganisms that can be used to provide fuels and other valuable products.
A team of biomedical engineering researchers is exploring the complicated movement mechanics and sensory feedback used in picking up an object.
The Fulton Schools of Engineering threw a great party at Homecoming. Student orgs, faculty and labs came out and shared their love of engineering during the Block Party. Check out our photo gallery on flickr.
Enrollment, 19,076 (fall 2015, estimated) 2,801 first-time freshmen (estimated)
Research Awards $89.33 million (fiscal year 2015, estimated)
Research Expenditures $89.06 million (fiscal year 2015, estimated)
Faculty, 324 Tenured/Tenure-track faculty
Degrees granted, 3,076 (2014-2015)
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