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An ASU engineering professor has been chosen for a one-year assignment to advise U.S. government leaders on foreign policy matters.
A wide array of ASU energy technologies were showcased at the Department of Energy's fourth annual ARPA-E Innovation Summit held in Washington D.C.
Given the huge investment and power of science and technology in the United States, it is surprising that more attention isn't paid to the policy decisions that drive the enterprise, says ASU's Daniel Sarewitz.
Energy research at Arizona State University was the focus of a visit by U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu on May 15.
ASU senior Albert Ojeda has scored a coveted request: an invitation to appear at the White House, to participate in the first-ever White House Summit on Community Colleges.
When the starting gun is fired for the Sixth Annual Pat's Run at 7 a.m., April 17, Matt Cicinelli will be off to the race.
Former United States Secretary of Labor Robert Reich will deliver this year’s John P. Frank Memorial Lecture at 7 p.m., March 19 in the Evelyn Smith Music Theatre on ASU’s Tempe campus.
For one recent first-generation graduate, access to a college education, inspiring faculty and the opportunity to conduct real-world research are empowering her drive to become a neurologist.
Since the earliest stone tools, people have relied on technology to enhance their abilities. But will we eventually integrate with our tech so completely that we cease to be human?

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