ASU engineers help advance flexible electronics technology
The Flexible Display Center at Arizona State University and the Universal Display Corporation have fabricated prototypes of full-color, flexible active matrix organic light-emitting diode displays using a new manufacturing process.

Battling addictions with engineering algorithms
Chemical engineers are responsible for numerous scientific advances, ranging from affordable pharmaceuticals and super-strong synthetic fibers to environmental cleanup and recycling technologies. Most people don’t associate engineers with advances in behavioral health, but new research shows engineers might have much to offer those fighting addictions and other behavioral disorders.

ASU alum’s command of major military operations draws spotlight
Air Force Major General Margaret Woodward directs United States forces in airstrikes during the political unrest in Libya; the first woman in U.S. history to command such a major military combat mission.

Research skills help engineering student win Ford Fellowship
Charlie Corredor, doctoral student in chemical engineering, awarded prestigious Ford Foundation Fellowship.

Prized fellowhip is student’s reward for long list of accomplishments
Joy Marsalla has been awarded the Tau Beta Pi fellowship.

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