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ASU entrepreneurs light up bicycling world (State Press)
Biomedical engineering junior Charles John and mechanical engineering senior LaVell Dishmon started their own company that sells a unique type of bike lights.

SiREM and In Situ Well Technologies offer novel remediation testing technology (Environmental Expert)
A commercialization agreement between SiREM and In Situ Well Technologies, LLC is bringing to market In Situ Microcosm Array (ISMA) for remediation feasibility testing. ISMA was developed under the direction of Rolf Halden, professor in the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment and director of the Center for Environmental Security.

ASU breaks ground for a new building (State Press)
ASU President Michael Crow, city officials and University department heads broke ground Thursday afternoon on the new College Avenue Commons at the Tempe campus.

The project will be approximately 137,000 square feet and will be constructed on the corner of College Avenue and Seventh Street.

ASU student-built infrared camera to fly on nanosatellite (AZOnano)
Michael Veto, aerospace engineering graduate and now graduate student in the School of Earth and Space Exploration has been chosen to build an infrared and visible light camera system that will launch on a space satellite.

UNM, ASU collaborate on energy-efficient home design (Albuquerque Business First)
Students from the two schools will take part in the Solar Decathlon, an international energy competition.

Everybody loves lasers (Armed with Science)
Werner Dahm, ASU Foundation Professor in the School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy, and director of the Security and Defense Systems Initiative talks about the use of high-powered lasers in defense systems.

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