• AZBio honors ASU scientist Curtiss - Read Article

    AZBio honors ASU scientist Curtiss

    2014-08-04T09:05:20-07:00

    Roy Curtiss, III, Ph.D., of the Biodesign Institute at Arizona State University, has been selected as the recipient of the 2014 AZBio Pioneer Award for Lifetime Achievement by the Arizona…

  • NASA chooses ASU for Mars 2020 mission - Read Article

    NASA chooses ASU for Mars 2020 mission

    2014-07-31T12:17:17-07:00

    Arizona State University has been selected by NASA to design, deliver and oversee the Mastcam-Z imaging investigation, a pair of color panoramic zoom cameras, on the next rover mission to…

  • Taylor Morrison Donates Land for Elementary School - Read Article

    Taylor Morrison Donates Land for Elementary School

    2014-07-31T11:52:35-07:00

    A new elementary school is underway for the Liberty Elementary School District, thanks to a land donation by local homebuilder Taylor Morrison. The Phoenix homebuilder, currently developing Las Brisas in…

  • SRP Improves Power Outage Map Features - Read Article

    SRP Improves Power Outage Map Features

    2014-07-30T07:55:05-07:00

    This monsoon season Salt River Project electric customers now have access to more information, thanks to improvements that have been added during the year to SRP’s online Power Outage Map.…

  • Study: Humble CEOs Good for Business - Read Article

    Study: Humble CEOs Good for Business

    2014-07-28T11:45:59-07:00

    Forget the stereotypes of arrogant, macho leaders who don’t care about anyone else’s opinion. A new study from the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University shows…

  • Helios Scholars at TGen featured at symposium - Read Article

    Helios Scholars at TGen featured at symposium

    2014-07-25T09:35:11-07:00

    The 45 interns in the 2014 Helios Scholars at TGen summer internship program graduated today, following a daylong scientific symposium at the Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel. Arizona’s future leaders in…

  • Banner Children’s Academy to open in Tempe - Read Article

    Banner Children’s Academy to open in Tempe

    2014-07-24T15:26:53-07:00

    Students with autism, emotional and learning disabilities will have a new place to learn this fall when a nationally-accredited school, specifically established for their needs, moves to a larger, more…

  • ASU ranks among ‘best buy’ public colleges - Read Article

    ASU ranks among ‘best buy’ public colleges

    2014-07-22T10:41:40-07:00

    Arizona State University has been named a “best buy” among public colleges and universities for 2015, according to Fiske Guide to Colleges. ASU is among 22 public colleges in the…

  • Dos and Don’ts when Paying for College - Read Article

    Dos and Don’ts when Paying for College

    2014-07-21T09:46:16-07:00

    Back to school specials are about to take over our shopping experiences once again, but for many high school students, this is also the time to start shopping for college.…

  • Asteroids named for 2 ASU faculty members - Read Article

    Asteroids named for 2 ASU faculty members

    2014-07-17T14:12:41-07:00

    Two Arizona State University professors can add an unusual honor to the long list of accolades they have received: An asteroid has been named after each of them. This “out-of-this-world”…

  • UA College of Medicine Accredited Through 2022 - Read Article

    UA College of Medicine Accredited Through 2022

    2014-07-15T10:25:23-07:00

    The medical education program at the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson, designed to train the next generation of highly skilled physicians dedicated to improving patient care and…

  • UA Shows Curcumin Effect on Colon Cancer - Read Article

    UA Shows Curcumin Effect on Colon Cancer

    2014-07-14T10:03:17-07:00

    A team of researchers led by the University of Arizona Steele Children’s Research Center discovered that curcumin—the bioactive molecule derived from the spice turmeric—blocks the protein cortactin in colon cancer.…

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