Improving social media network security
With hundreds of millions of people using social media networks as prime tools for communication, the security of information on those networks is becoming a more critical issue.

Arizona State University researchers are working to provide social media users more and better options for protecting their privacy on these networks.

One privacy-protection project presented at a recent international Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining conference detailed studies by  Pritam Gundecha, Geoffrey Barbier and Huan Liu.

Keck award spurs research for low-cost, mass measurements
Nongjian (NJ) Tao and his colleagues at Arizona State University’s Biodesign Institute are developing a clever way to perform useful analyses of single molecules, including precise measurements of mass as well as of the binding affinity of these particles.

Making strides in modernizing engineering education
In 2009 the National Aeronautics and Space Administration awarded a grant to Valana Wells at Arizona State University to lead work on what NASA officials consider critical to the agency’s future:  developing “a revolutionary approach” to teaching aeronautical engineering to today’s students.

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