We have a lot on our minds: We’re living in a pandemic and slowly transitioning back to a new normal. But how aware are we of the present moment?
Devils in the Details is a conversation with experts from Arizona State University who are doing the work, the research, the collaboration that makes ASU the most innovative university in America. Learn more about a wide range of interesting things people are up to – the details, from the Devils doing the work.
The spring 2021 semester is underway, and although COVID-19 isn’t in the rear-view mirror just yet, ASU’s efforts to get the community tested — and now vaccinated — offer a glimmer of hope, and a step towards normalcy.
ASU Gammage is an icon — hit hard by the pandemic. And although Gammage plans a return to the stage soon, hard work continues behind the scenes to keep the arts community connected, while weighing important discussions about coming back stronger and more diverse.
ASU Gammage is an icon — hit hard by the pandemic. And although Gammage plans a return to the stage soon, hard work continues behind the scenes to keep the arts community connected, while weighing important discussions about coming back stronger, and more diverse.
The goal of The Rio Reimagined project is to restore and revitalize more than 55 miles along the Salt and Gila Rivers, which wind through six cities, including Phoenix and Tempe, and two Native American communities.
As the most innovative school in the nation, every year, ASU devotes one special week to create a collaborative space for innovators. During Innovation Week this year, ASU will also kick off Innovation Quarter — a five-week long event (Dec. 7–Jan.
NASA's spacecraft, OSIRIS-REx, recently collected a sample from the asteroid Bennu with the help of ASU's Thermal Emission Spectrometer (OTES), which was built on the Tempe campus.
The 330-acre Novus Innovation Corridor project will convert university-owned property into new and renovated state-of-the-art NCAA athletic facilities and mixed-use private development.
Ask a Biologist is an interactive website that offers a variety of biology learning materials, including stories, games, activities, videos and podcasts. Chuck Kazilek is the creator and developer of the website — a model that is now expanding into other disciplines.