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Charting paths to combat disease

We are constantly bombarded by stimulation in the form of light, sound, heat, pressure and other environmental factors. These stimuli come and go with varied frequencies and durations, but they can induce lasting genetic changes to the cells in our bodies. “They are called epigenetic changes, and they can lead to the production of specific proteins that can be helpful or harmful to us,” says Abhinav Acharya, an assistant professor of chemical engineering in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University....

Printing with light

A new process being developed by Arizona State University researchers enables color printing on a microscale with a simple, inexpensive additive manufacturing process. Chao Wang, an assistant professor of electrical engineering in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at ASU, has invented a solution-based additive manufacturing process to “paint with light” on glass and plastics. Wang’s novel printing method uses light to control the photochemical reduction of metal microstructures on an engineered optical material. The technique...

Maintaining the balance of power

Anamitra Pal is leading award-winning research to improve the monitoring, protection and control systems that support our electricity grid.

Sensing danger

ASU engineering leads a new research project empowering electric utilities to better understand and manage wildfire risk.

Cutting losses

ASU engineering research equips the solar energy industry to develop more efficient devices

High marks for ECEE

The online delivery of the electrical engineering master’s degree program remains among the country’s most highly ranked.

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