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Phoenix-area hail damage still causing grief a year later (AZ Central)
Gary Aller, director of the Alliance for Construction Excellence provides insight into the ongoing clean-up from Phoenix’s hail storm last October.

Family Healthcast, KOTA News San Diego
Features a report on the blood sugar sensor device for diabetes testing being developed by Jeffrey La Belle, assistant research professor, School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering.

Mining company gives aid to scholars (AZ Central)
Resolution Copper is promoting the high-tech skills needed to operate a mine it plans to bring into production in Superior, Ariz., by sponsoring high school robotic teams and giving scholarships. Christopher Floyd got involved in the program and is now a freshman at ASU majoring in computer science.

Cost-value comparisons of conventional, alternative-fuel cars (Bloomberg News)
Mikhail Chester, assistant professor in the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment and colleagues at Carnegie Mellon University and the RAND Corporation helped determine the total costs of travel for conventional and alternative-fuel cars in a study published this month in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

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