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Grad’s drive to learn sets her on Ph.D. at 18 (Maricopa Community Colleges newsletter)
At age 18, Lauren McBurnett has already completed her undergraduate degree in civil engineering from Arizona State University (ASU).

Don’t only count calories and steps, your metabolism is key (Forbes)
Breezing, the first metabolism tracker that is battery-operated and syncs with smartphones for personal (or professional) use anywhere and anytime, was developed with the aid of research by NJ Tao, professor, School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering and Erica Forzani, assistant professor, School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy.

ASU partners with children’s hospital to conduct brain tumor research (State Press)
ASU is collaborating with the Phoenix Children’s Hospital in a new research project to find a cure for brain tumors and strengthen the diagnosis of brain injuries.

Sarah Stabenfeldt and Vikram Kodibagkar, assistant professors at the School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, are working alongside Jonathan Lifshitz and Ratan Bhardwaj from the Phoenix Children’s Hospital.

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