ASU facilities provide opportunities for businesses to scale research
Among the ways ASU is boosting the state’s economy and supporting business growth is the university’s Core Research Facilities program, which provides state-of-the-art equipment for public uses. Zachary Holman, a Fulton Schools associate professor of electrical, computer and energy engineering, notes that the program saves companies the costs of purchasing, installing and maintaining the kind of equipment needed to prototype new products. The university can also provide experts to operate that equipment, saving business the time and expense of doing it themselves. ASU has Core Facilities operations in Tempe, Phoenix, Mesa and Chandler.