Students play role in research to advance health, public safety
Kaushal Rege, assistant professor in the School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy, is working at the forefront of chemical engineering research that promises to produce far-reaching beneficial impacts on human health, public safety and national security.

Projects to strengthen youngsters’ education in engineering, science
More active learning through engineering education is finding its way into elementary and middle school classrooms in metropolitan Phoenix through an Arizona State University effort to provide young students a deeper comprehension of the mathematical and technological concepts that form the foundations of science and engineering.

Trenchless technology expertise critical to country’s future
Modernizing public infrastructure is among the major challenges facing municipalities throughout the United States. So it’s certain that a branch of construction engineering called trenchless technology is about to become a more active field. Arizona State University has one of the nation’s trenchless technology leaders in professor Samuel Ariaratnam, the chair of the construction engineering program in the Del E. Webb School of Construction Programs, which is part of the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment.

From the Arizona Republic:
ASU’s electron microscopes sought by scientists examining inner space

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