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Mayo Clinic collaborations focus on Alzheimer’s, aneurysm treatments

Posted March 29, 2013 Two Arizona State University engineers are members of research teams that have each won $100,000 grants from a group of venture capitalists, entrepreneurs and medical device manufacturers to pursue advances in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease

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ASU spin-off launches world’s first portable metabolism tracker

Breezing, a new startup based on technology developed by researchers at Arizona State University, is offering the world’s first portable device that can track an individual’s metabolism and use that information to provide diet and exercise recommendations for maintaining or

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Electrical engineering contributions earn professors distinguished Fellow status

Posted March 5, 2013 Lina Karam Arizona State University professors Lina Karam, Cun-Zheng Ning, Antonia Papandreou-Suppappola and Yong-Hang Zhang have been elected to distinguished Fellow status in leading professional engineering organizations. Each is on the faculty of the School of

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Toy design project gives youngsters hands-on introduction to engineering

Posted January 28, 2013 Could designs for some of the next generation of toys that teach arise from a recent collaboration of freshmen students in Arizona State University’s Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering and a class of local sixth-graders?

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Solar power

UD researchers collaborate with colleagues across country, around globe 11:19 a.m., Feb. 5, 2013–The search for alternative energy sources has become a global problem, and the University of Delaware is involved in two international programs focused on solar power. Robert

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Engineering in action: Open House an entertaining educational experience

Posted March 21, 2013 Arizona State University’s second annual Engineering Open House drew more than 2,500 people to see – and participate in – a showcase of technology and creativity. About 70 teams of students in ASU’s Ira A. Fulton

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Engineering Open House to show off students’ skills

Family Day features robots, rockets, racecars, remote-control aircraft, renewable energy and more Posted February 14, 2013 ASU students direct children in a hands-on activity to demonstrate basic engineering principles at last year’s ASU Engineering Open House. Photo: Natalie Pierce/ASU Engineering

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Breaking the final barrier: room-temperature electrically powered nanolasers

Posted March 11, 2013 A breakthrough in nanolaser technology has been made by Arizona State University researchers. Electrically powered nano-scale lasers have been able to operate effectively only in cold temperatures. Researchers in the field have been striving to enable

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Announcing: Seventh International VPQM Workshop

Intel and Arizona State University will host the seventh International Workshop on Video Processing and Quality Metrics (VPQM) for consumer electronics January 30–February 1, 2013. Researchers and developers from industry and academia will gather at the Scottsdale Plaza Resort to

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Teens can spend summer session learning in ASU engineering labs

Last summer more than 70 teenagers were the first to benefit from the newly established High School Engineering Research Program that gives young students opportunities to learn under the direction of faculty members in Arizona State University’s Ira A. Fulton

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