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As microchips become more powerful, “advanced packaging” becomes a critical part of their design and manufacture — and ASU is poised to be a major player in this next breakthrough of technology.

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Finance expert Michael Barnett’s research demonstrates how the uncertainty surrounding future climate legislation could cause severe economic harm and increase carbon emissions. In this Q&A timed for Earth Day, he explains the issue and what can be done.

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Earth Day is every day for the Boyce Thompson Arboretum, but this year is especially significant as it celebrates its 100th anniversary. Arizona State University is working with the arboretum on several innovative projects to document Arizona’s oldest and largest botanical garden.

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