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Short story author and ASU law graduate Lance Hendrickson was chosen as the winner of the first American Bar Association Journal/Ross Contest for Short Fiction.
As human life spans increase, people need to form personal, informal support teams of caregivers, health professionals and friends if they want to age successfully, writes ASU's Michael Birt in a Future Tense article for Slate magazine.
A highly-regarded scholar who comes to ASU from the University of Illinois at Chicago, Karen Mossberger sees the study of technology and government moving into the mainstream of public administration scholarship.
Humanity’s gradual increase in life span may be our greatest achievement, writes Joel Garreau, Lincoln Professor of Law, Culture and Values at ASU’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, in a Future Tense article for Slate magazine.
In an article in Green Living AZ Magazine, Arizona State University researcher Hallie Eakin shares insights from her research on water management by cotton farmers.
An ASU computer scientist and his research team hope to boost online security with a system that uses patterns and images for passwords.
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.

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