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“It is exciting to see how far we have come and the strong relationships that were created today. Having role models and mentors is a powerful force that we cannot take for granted.”
Associate Professor Kiril Hristovski received the highest recognition a civilian can earn from the government of Macedonia for research excellence and collaborative efforts toward his country of origin.
David Brafman has received a grant from the National Institutes of Health to take stem cell discoveries out of the research lab and into the clinical setting where they can transform, even save, lives.
Engineering, entrepreneurship and community involvement help three ASU alumni and a current biomedical engineering student bring sustainable clean water to communities in need.
LEGO robots help teach young students programming and problem solving at a summer program that aims to make STEM fun and engaging.
“The hard part in neuralprosthetic science is the interface, getting the prosthetics to talk to the nerves,” says Bradley Greger. “It’s not just telling the fingers to move, the brain has to know the fingers have moved as directed.”
Setbacks at off-road vehicle competitions this year haven’t dimmed the Sun Devil Racing Development club’s hopes of rising to the top in near future.
Learn about some of the newest additions to the Fulton Schools of Engineering.
ASU’s Fulton Schools Summer Academy actively engages students in grades 1-12 in STEM opportunities through hands-on engineering activities.
Strong showing at photovoltaic conference highlights Fulton Schools’ solar research excellence.