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A cross-disciplinary team of four ASU researchers are creating artificial intelligence solutions to improve health care outcomes for aging U.S. military veterans.

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In a new study, ASU Professor Cheryl Nickerson and collaborators explore the effects of a physical force known as fluid shear in guiding the behavior of a multidrug-resistant strain of salmonella. Their insights may accelerate the design of new therapies to address life-threatening bacterial infections, such as sepsis.



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The Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, ranked the nation’s most innovative university since 2015 by U.S. News and World Report, has embraced artificial intelligence by launching a new AI focus across several degree programs.



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