ASU tackles range of issues at world’s largest annual science meeting
The 2019 annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science brought together educators, policymakers, engineers, scientists and journalists from around the world to explore new ideas and potential solutions to the society’s challenges. Fulton Schools faculty members and students helped to energize the event. Sustainable engineering doctoral student Evvan Morton (pictured) talked about shifting the focus of policy making on environment issues. Professor Subbarao Kambhampati gave an overview of the rise of artificial intelligence and its impact. Assistant Professor Samira Kiani discussed gene-editing technology and how it could shape the future of human health, food, climate and more.