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ASU engineer’s “rad” little board set to go to space

ASU engineer’s “rad” little board set to go to space

Dangerous radiation is a fact of life in space. Astronauts are exposed to 50 to 2,000 milli-Sievert of radiation while in orbit, or the equivalent of 150 to 6,000 chest x-rays — well beyond the recommended lifetime dose. Electronics, though hardier than humans, also...
Innovations in imagery

Innovations in imagery

Robert LiKamWa sees a future in which the next generations of visualization technologies will enhance our experiences in an ever-increasing number of pursuits. Applications of virtual and augmented reality technologies already significantly impact education and...
Reimagined hospital bed minimizes risk of pressure ulcers

Reimagined hospital bed minimizes risk of pressure ulcers

Electrical engineering students in Arizona State University’s Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering completed their final capstone course with a bang. For one team, it ended with an award and the reward of carrying out a project that makes a difference for patients...
Engineering and humanities collide for social good

Engineering and humanities collide for social good

According to the National Alliance to End Homelessness, 9,865 people experience homelessness on a given night in Arizona. That’s only about 1.8% of the 552,830 people who lacked housing on a given night across the nation last year, including men, women, families,...
Students pitch EPICS solutions

Students pitch EPICS solutions

The Engineering Projects in Community Service program, better known as EPICS, in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University provides students the knowledge, funding and opportunity to work on real projects with actual clients who are facing...