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U of A receives $20M gift to reach for the stars

December 18, 2014 |

A gift of $20 million from Richard F. Caris will support the University of Arizona’s (UA) participation in the Giant Magellan Telescope Observatory (GMT). The UA is one of eleven institutions that have come together to build the GMT, a … Read More

Solar Zone brightens Ariz. energy industry with completion of 165-acres of solar panels

November 17, 2014 |

While the weather may be cooling down, Arizona’s solar industry is warming up as businesses and the University of Arizona completed the first phase of the Solar Zone, a renewable energy research initiative now complete with 165 acres of photovoltaic solar … Read More

Tech Parks Arizona celebrates 20 years and plans for 20 more

October 16, 2014 |

When people pictured the Sonoran Desert 20 years ago, they may have thought of a wasteland filled with tumbleweeds, coyotes and other critters. While the natural landscape may not have changed since then, the technological environment in southern Arizona certainly … Read More

ASU teams up with New America to address cyberwarfare challenges

October 14, 2014 |

The future of war is here and Arizona State University has teamed up with New America, a Washington D.C. based think tank, on an initiative that aims to analyze and address the difficulties of dealing with modern warfare.

The Future … Read More

ASU’s Startup Village is a cul-de-sac of entrepreneurship

October 9, 2014 |

It may take a village to raise a child, but it can also take a village to build a startup. ASU’s new Startup Village is the perfect collaborative space to hone in on your creativity.

Startup Village is a diverse residential … Read More

Soldiers hope to gain superpower speed with new jetpack

September 24, 2014 |

Ever wonder what it might be like to be the fastest superhero in the world? Well that dream is getting closer to reality through the work of several Arizona State University students on a jetpack designed to help soldiers run … Read More

From jetpacks and LEGO sorting to better barbecues, ASU eProjects excite – slideshow

September 22, 2014 |

Arizona State University students are building everything from jetpacks to LEGO sorting machines as part of the eProjects program.

The eProjects initiative, formerly known as iProjects, challenges students to take innovative ideas and work with university faculty and outside sponsors … Read More

Arizona’s universities get down to business and rise in national rankings

September 15, 2014 |

Looking for a business school to help you get the know-how necessary to succeed? You can’t go wrong when both Arizona State University and the University of Arizona are ranked in the Top 30 of business programs nationwide, according to … Read More

Campus shooting survivor launches safety app for ASU students

August 25, 2014 |

With campus shootings and crime rattling the country in recent months, tech firms and universities have taken an advance turn to supply students with in-palm methods of alerting authorities about on-campus crimes.

Last week Arizona State University announced its launch … Read More

Edu-tech startups launch apps to help college freshmen succeed

August 21, 2014 |

As the summer season fizzles and the autumn colors flourish, college students across the nation will begin to embark on another semester of school. Here are some apps and web services that can ease the transition back into endless hours of homework and … Read More