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What role does pre-existing vulnerability play for people who experience a climate shock? Does it amplify the effect of the climate shock, or is the effect negligible?
A fossil deposit discovery on Abaco Island in the northern Bahamas is helping to shed light on animal and plant life at the time of first human presence.
A change in the orbit of a NASA Mars spacecraft will give an ASU instrument systematic views of Mars around sunrise and sunset for the first time in more than a generation.
Sixteen-year-old Joey Hudy, a student at the Young Scholars Academy on ASU's West campus was invited to sit with First Lady Michelle Obama at the recent State of the Union Address in Washington, D.C.
Throughout the month of March, ASU alumni across the nation will be participating in volunteer projects in their local communities as part of ASU Cares, a service initiative that encourages civic involvement among Sun Devils.
A team of researchers from ASU and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has begun exploring the relative effectiveness of some of the most common adaptation technologies aimed at reducing warming from urban expansion.
While universities are excellent at solving narrow problems, new models are needed to accomplish broad social change, ASU President Michael Crow told a World Bank audience on Feb. 10.
Two national research projects to develop technologies that expand the capabilities of solar power systems will be led by engineers at ASU.
Arizona State University President Michael Crow will discuss how universities can be partners in global development.

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