The ASU agreement creates an alliance of universities in the U.S. and Mexico and microelectronics manufacturers, to focus on training workers and building production capacity that will reduce U.S. reliance on Asian manufacturing.
MADE at ASU
The Manufacturing, Automation and Data Engineering Science and Technology Center launches two projects focused on optimizing additive manufacturing and AI software development
Fortifying materials for a more resilient world
Materials and mechanical engineering researchers aim to fortify vital infrastructure, facilities, systems and technologies
Domestic manufacturing efforts strengthened by new ASU school
The School of Manufacturing Systems and Networks hosted an open house to mark its launch, featuring discussions led by top manufacturing leaders
What will it take to grow food on Mars?
Anca Delgado and a team of fellow researchers are using microorganisms to turn Mars’ regolith into plant-producing soil
ASU Proposers Day invites industry leaders to collaborate on state issues
ASU Proposers Day invites industry leaders to collaborate on state issues By Mary Beth FallerOctober 27, 2022This story originally appeared in ASU News.s part of the state's effort to invest in the New Economy Initiative, to strengthen Arizona’s...
Chao Wang advances the science of protein sequencing with NIH Innovator Award
Wang and his colleague are developing new methods for sequencing individual protein molecules which are rapid, accurate and inexpensive
ASU facilities provide opportunities for businesses to scale research
Arizona State University’s Core Research Facilities offer state-of-the-art equipment available for public use
Powering up computing capacity
ASU faculty member Matthew Marinella works with Sandia National Laboratories to make radiation-hardened computing technology more efficient
ASU’s Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering hits record enrollment
The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering has reached an impressive milestone — student enrollment hit a high of 30,000 students this fall. Rankings, accreditations and student programs contribute to success.
Moving microelectronics forward
Doctoral students Mihailo Isakov and Alan Ehret are working to advance the semiconductor industry in the Secure, Trusted and Assured Microelectronics Center
ASU poised to help close microchip manufacturing gap
ASU, along with a host of state economic development and business leaders, was deeply engaged in efforts to build a consensus for the CHIPS and Science Act
ASU a major player in microelectronics
Fulton Schools researchers among Arizona State University experts who share insights about this microscopic world