An ASU capstone project created a new male contraceptive called EMIT and won the competitive Venture prize in the NIH DEBUT Challenge
Techiepalooza brings together startup founders and those with technical know-how to fill the talent and skill gaps the founders seek
Fulton Schools students work on campus for NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter project to gain hands-on spacecraft mission experience
Showcasing their cyber defense skills, a team of ASU students placed third overall at the Western Regional Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition
Assistant Professor Jia Zou has earned a 2022 NSF CAREER Award for her proposal to design a new database that can produce real-time results
Grand Challenges Scholars pursue the traits and qualities needed to collaborate and succeed in a transdisciplinary and global environment
Ruoyu (Fish) Wang’s new NSF-funded project will help mitigate the effects of malware and viruses by making them intelligible to researchers
Electrical engineers Chao Wang and Yu Yao have invented a solution-based additive manufacturing process to “paint with light” on glass and plastics
Timothy Takahashi’s lifelong fascination with cars and airplanes has turned into a career in which he shares his joy of aerospace
Dmitry Zimin’s donation that established the Zimin Institute for Smart and Sustainable Cities at ASU continues to foster a brighter future after his passing
Christopher Muhich’s use of solar energy could help generate low-cost clean fuel thanks to an award from the U.S. Department of Energy
Yi “Max” Ren and a team of ASU researchers are studying the attribution and secure training of generative models.
College students from across Arizona collaborate on ideas at 3-day ‘Devils Invent: Sustainable Health Solutions’ hackathon.
Techiepalooza gave startup businesses opportunities to connect with ASU “techies” to combine their talents to help those ventures pursue success
The Fulton Schools expose young minds to the world of STEM through the Arizona FIRST®️ LEGO®️ League and LEGO Robotics camps.
ASU engineering faculty mentors were recently recognized for their outstanding student mentorship
Fulton Schools engineering research is improving intersection safety through connected autonomous vehicles and real-time distributed systems
Arizona State University is a place where women can thrive and succeed as engineers in graduate school with great opportunities to excel.
The EPICS Generator Awards provide an opportunity to recognize students, faculty, industry mentors and community partners for their impact
Yu Yao is working to create a hyperspectral polarimetric imaging system for space, industrial and medical applications through a 2021 NSF CAREER Award project