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Engineering takeaways and global snapshots from spring break Fulton Schools students from four different ASU groups recently returned from trips to San Diego, the Dominican Republic, Cuba and Peru over...

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ASU engineering students vying to design transportation of the future ASU’s team presented for the future of transportation at the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition Design Weekend at Texas A&M University...

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High-tech company W. L. Gore invested in engineering students’ success A great partnership is one that helps both parties to excel in their goals. The Ira A. Fulton Schools of...

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Exploring new frontiers in human-robot collaborations Heni Ben Amor, an assistant professor computer science and engineering, is working to make advances in human-robot collaboration and on identifying the importance of...

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ASU’s TweetTracker helps make sense of social media ASU’s TweetTracker tool is helping people to track, analyze and understand the massive amount of activity on Twitter by identifying the who,...

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Read the latest on the eSeed Challenge winners, ASU's participation in the Cyber Resilient Energy Delivery Consortium and an ASU alumnus' effort to honor fallen firefighters....

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Popular Science picks Fulton Schools innovation as a top world-changing technology Electrical engineering professor Cun-Zheng Ning and his research group have been awarded a 2015 Popular Science Best of What’s...

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Greentech Media, an online publication focusing on next-generation advances in electricity, is highlighting Fluidic Energy of Scottsdale. Calling it the “Biggest Zinc-Air Battery Startup You Haven’t Heard Of,” the publication...

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Using math to combat malicious attacks on complex communication and power networks Oliver Kosut, assistant professor of electrical engineering, investigates new techniques to bolster the resilience of communication networks in...

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Research brings cancer cell invasion studies into 3D micro-engineered model Mehdi Nikkhah, an assistant professor of biomedical engineering, is taking a really close look at how cancer cells begin to transform...

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