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The Digging Into Data program encourages research teams to develop new tools for large-scale data analysis.
Regents' Professor Charles Arntzen will discuss the history and promise of “plant pharming” in a presentation at the 2014 American Society for Microbiology’s Biodefense and Emerging Diseases Meeting, to be held from January 27-29 in Washington, D.C.
Where the discipline of archaeology should place its focus in the coming years is the crux of a National Science Foundation-funded effort spearheaded by ASU archaeology professor Keith Kintigh.
The need to expand preparation, response and management capabilities for various-scale emergencies has led to the creation of the Center for Emergency Management and Homeland Security within ASU's College of Public Programs.
A set of recommendations made by professor Orde Kittrie in a January 2013 book chapter were signed into law on Dec. 26 by President Obama, as part of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2014.
ASU has been awarded a $1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Defense to create a new Pracademic Center of Excellence in Technology Transfer.
This week the College of Technology and Innovation at ASU announced its partnership with the “Million Women Mentors” initiative.
The world’s most advanced instrument for directly imaging and analyzing planets around other stars – the Gemini Planet Imager – is now pointing skyward, thanks to the help of one ASU professor.
ASU has been selected as one of 20 leading U.S. universities to serve as an academic institute for the Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders, the new flagship program of President Obama’s Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI).

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