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ASU engineers poised for progress in solar power quest
Fulfilling the promise of solar energy as a robust large-scale alternative power source requires overcoming a variety of challenges.

Grad keeps pace with fast-changing construction industry
Tara Blondell has the building profession in her blood. Her great-grandfather started the family construction business more than a century ago. Ten years ago, after graduating from the University of Notre Dame, Blondell began running the Illinois-based company.

Commitment to community helps engineering grad student earn award
Industrial engineering doctoral student Michelle “Mickey” Mancenido, a native of the Philippines, is the 2011 winner of the Outstanding International Graduate Student Award presented by Arizona State University’s International Students and Scholars Office.

Detour on path to higher ed didn’t deter engineering grad
Since coming to Arizona State University, engineering student Aaron Peshlakai has more than made up for a slow start to his college education.

PaperPhone: the next generation of flexible, interactive computing
An advanced “thin-film” flexible paper computer has been developed through collaborative efforts of researchers at Queen’s University in Ontario, Canada, and Arizona State University.

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