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An ASU engineer wins a National Science Foundation award to fund his work to prevent dysfunction in the automated and autonomous technologies we depend on daily.
Examining ethical questions and developing approaches for teaching future engineers to address ethical considerations is the topic of a seminar on March 4.
Visualization scenarios, the product of a unique collaboration between ASU's Center for Nanotechnology in Society and The Design School, offer a new way to envision how a city's future might play out.
Assistant professor Lalitha Sankar receives an NSF CAREER Award for her work on information-sharing protocols between distributed, and often competitive, entities in critical infrastructure networks such as the electric grid.
Danny Jacobs, a postdoctoral research fellow, has been awarded a prestigious National Science Foundation Astronomy and Astrophysics Postdoctoral Fellowship.
CompuGirls founder Kimberly Scott will be named a STEM Access Champion of Change at the White House during an event Feb. 26.
ASU computer science teams are using advances in “big data” analysis to find better ways of managing energy systems and public response to epidemics.
The symposium anticipates the launch of the new Journal of Responsible Innovation (JRI) later this month.
ASU scientists report advances toward perfecting the design of a functional artificial leaf that uses solar energy to convert water cheaply and efficiently into hydrogen and oxygen.

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