ASU robotics team makes a splash (ASU News)
The NASA Space Grant Robotics team at Arizona State University sent 10 team members to Orlando, Fla. in June to compete in the Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) international robotics competition.
Armed with Koi, a robot capable of functioning 30 feet underwater, the ASU team challenged 22 teams from across the country and across the globe, ranking 11th overall.
Tapping the Power of 100 Suns (IEEE Spectrum)
Advances by Christiana Honsberg, professor, School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering, are cited in this article about efforts to provide efficient, affordable and portable solar power.
Business school, engineering schools now offering concurrent degree program (State Press)
Students seeking a dual degree in business and engineering can now graduate in four years with the launch of a new program.
ASU’s Week in Pictures
Includes students in the engineering tutoring center, civil engineering and construction management students in a lab session, and students in the Center for Games and Impact.
Robots at War: Scholars Debate the Ethical Issues (The Chronicle of Higher Education)
ASU engineering professor Brad Allenby is among members of the Consortium for Emerging Technologies, Military Operations and National Security who are queried in an examination of the social and moral issues that could arise with deployment of the next generations of weapons of warfare.