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A national team of researchers, including an ASU scientist, has discovered that arid lands take up an unexpectedly large amount of carbon as levels of carbon dioxide increase in the atmosphere.
The Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University again highlights the prominence of its Indian Legal Program with the selection of three of its students to the prestigious 2014 Native American Congressional Internship program run by the Udall Foundation.
A new study, co-authored by ASU visiting professor Nicola Di Cosmo, asserts that the rise of the Mongol empire can be directly attributed to favorable climate change.
Astronauts, scientists, commercial spaceflight entrepreneurs and university researchers brainstorm ways for academia and business to boost shared goals for the future of space.
A new national research network created to assess the potential impacts of engineered nanomaterials will be led by ASU engineers and scientists.
Evidence compiled in a new feature article published in the journal Environmental Science & Technology by ASU professor Rolf Halden shows that decades of widespread use of antimicrobials has left consumers with no measurable benefits.
ASU is combining the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College Preschool and the Infant Child Research Programs Preschool to allow for more children to benefit from the collective services.
Ming-Hung (Jason) Kao, assistant professor of statistics at ASU’s School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, has won a coveted CAREER Award, given by the National Science Foundation to young academics expected to make significant impact in their chosen fields.
Three ASU researchers have received a grant from the National Science Foundation to lead a workshop to build a global, multi-institutional network of collaborators to celebrate the bicentennial of the publication of Mary Shelley’s legendary novel "Frankenstein."

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