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Coffee grounds: the magic ingredient to ASU’s newly lush flowerbeds (ASU News)
Flower beds throughout ASU’s Tempe campus are looking lusher than ever, and many of the citrus trees and lawns are greener and healthier looking, thanks in part to an innovative program started by a couple of Grounds Services employees who also are ASU students.

Engineering students help build instrument for NASA asteroid mission (ASU News)
Ian Kubik, Tyler Lemonds and Justin Pourkaveh, engineering undergraduates, and Austin Pezzella, a master’s student, are helping to build a mineral-scouting instrument that will fly on a NASA mission to an asteroid.

ASU students building mobile maternity clinic for 3rd world (Channel 10 News)
At first glance, it looks like a mobile home. But it’s actually a remarkable new equipment developed by ASU students, and it’s helping expectant mothers halfway around the world.

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