Solar dishes with rare technology to be auctioned (Arizona Republic)
Patrick Phelan, professor, School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy, comments on the complications related to the auction of assets from the bankrupt Maricopa Solar power plant in Peoria.
Defining autism (Channel 12 news)
James Adams, professor, School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy is one of the researchers interviewed on new findings about autism.
G3Box takes second place in Inc Magazine’s ‘Coolest American College Startup Competition (ASU News)
The ASU student startup Arizona Pro DJs has been named “Coolest American College Startup of the Year” by Inc. Magazine. Second place also went to an ASU student startup, G3Box, who were previous winners of the Entrepreneur magazine’s “College Entrepreneur of the Year” in December.
ASU Week in Photos (ASU News)
EPICS team 33 Buckets and civil engineering student Leon Begay are featured in last week’s ASU photo gallery.
Ahwatukee woman’s non-profit to help orphans, foster kids (Arizona Republic)
Last August, Arizona State University biomedical engineering students Tina Hakimi and Neil Saez ran a summer camp for more than 100 orphans and foster children in Mexico.
This year, they want to bring the work of their new non-profit organization, Camp HOPE (Helping Orphans Prosper through Education), to needy children in the Valley.
Researchers find evidence of banned antibiotics in poultry products (ASU News)
In a joint study, researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Arizona State University found evidence suggesting that a class of antibiotics previously banned by the U.S. government for poultry production is still in use. Results of the study were published March 21 in Environmental Science & Technology.
ACE Awards Student of the Year: Aaron Goldstein (EDN Magazine)
Aaron Goldstein, senior in aerospace engineering, named ACE Awards Student of the Year by EDN Magazine.