ASU, Mayo Clinic award grants for Alzheimer’s, aneurysm research (Phoenix Business Journal)
Michael Sierks, professor, School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy, and David Frakes, assistant professor, School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering and School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering, have been awarded grants as part of an internal competition among ASU and Mayo researchers collaborating on projects. Story on ASU News

ASU Develops Portable Metabolism Tracking Technology (Channel 10 news)
Channel 10 News reported Thursday on the technology behind a new start-up company. The technology has been developed by a Biodesign Institute research team led by engineering faculty members Nongjian Tao, School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering and Erica Forzani, School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy.

ASU’s Week in Pictures
Subramaniam Rajan, professor in the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Enviroment led a workshop for more than 40 junior-high school students.

Edson Student Entrepreneur Initiative promotion:
In a world of social entrepreneurship, Edson teams leave their mark
Photo gallery features G3Box and FlashFood, two entrepreneurial ventures led by engineering students and alumnus

Edson Initiative supports community of student entrepreneurs
Video features engineering-led student teams FlashFood, G3Box and Vantage Realized

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