Growing use of nanoparticles raising questions for researchers (The Gazette)
Among those leading research on the effects of nanoparticles is Paul Westerhoff, associate dean of research in Arizona State University’s Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, and a professor in the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment.

A telling study on the subject co-authored by Westerhoff and published in the journal Environment Science and Technology raises many of the questions about nanoparticles use that are now the focus of news media reports such as a recent series in the Montreal Gazette.

Social media networking idea to fight hunger puts ASU team in Fast Company (Fast Company)
Ever since winning the Microsoft U.S. Imagine Cup student technology competition earlier this year, Team FlashFood has been gaining more widespread attention for its idea to help alleviate hunger.

 

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