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Unleashing synthetic biology’s potential

Advances in synthetic biology show it could be a potent force for solving health and energy challenges. Fulton Schools researchers are finding these solutions.

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Innovation and excellence

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Egg-cellent design

ASU students put their engineering knowledge to the test in an international probe design-launch-landing competition.

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Robotic guide dog leads to future

An ASU team developed a technologically savvy robotic guide dog that recently won a first-prize award at the 2018 Intel Cup in Shanghai, China.

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Competing in solar with silicon-based PV modules

New ASU solar energy research demonstrates that silicon-based tandem photovoltaic modules, which convert sunlight to electricity with higher efficiency than present modules, will become increasingly attractive in the U.S.

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New research on blockchain scalability

The ASU Blockchain Research Lab and Dash, a top digital currency, have published new research highlighting scaling challenges and potential opportunities for the Dash blockchain.

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Computer architecture of the future

Fulton Schools researchers have a leading role in a new multi-institutional research project to expand the capabilities of computing technologies

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New Graduate Fellows

The NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program supports outstanding students considered to be potential leaders in STEM fields. In this multi-part series, learn more about six new Fellows from the Fulton Schools.

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Energizing Research

Fulton Schools researchers help Pakistan take on its energy sustainability challenges

Recent engineering graduates Aaron Dolgin and Rebecca Bell talk about their work on the robotic arm in the lab surrounded by the arm and other equipment.

Repair for Raytheon

A group of student engineers at the Polytechnic campus fixed a $350,000 Raytheon robot as their capstone project

Fall Welcome is August 11-17

ASU and the Fulton Schools are gearing up for a week of fun activities just for you!

Whether you are new to ASU or a returning student, we have a welcome event for you. Look for a commuter student lunch, transfer student resources fair, and freshman assemblies. New graduate student? We’ve got events for you, too. Join a student org at our Student Organization and Resource Fair. See you there!

Why choose the Fulton Schools?

We have the Fulton Difference.

We build engineers. Our students are part of a community of problem solvers, people who are passionate about designing and making innovative and entrepreneurial solutions. They are people who want to make a difference in the world, just like you.

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Apply for distinguished fellowships

Graduate students: Begin your competitive applications for distinguished fellowships this month before the fall semester starts.

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Save the Date: Fulton Schools Career Fair

Meet employers who want to meet you. Boost your career prospects at the Fulton Schools Career Fair, September 25-27.

The Fulton Schools Maroon and Gold teams stand together to celebrate after the Maroon team won first place and the gold team second place at the 2018 ASU Academic Bowl title.

Try-out for Academic Bowl

Do you love trivia? Have quick reflexes? Interested in competing in quiz bowl competitions? Try-out for the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering Academic Bowl teams, September 17–20

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Innovate at Devils Invent: NKK SmartSwitch®

Devils Invent is a series of weekend-long engineering challenges where you can design, build and implement innovative solutions to thematic problem statements submitted by community and industry partners. The next challenge is Devils Invent: NKK SmartSwitch®
September 21–23.