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Idea Enterprise hatches new set of Executive Leaders

ASU’s Idea Enterprise combines teams of ASU’s top thinkers with successful senior business leaders in a collaborative forum discussing ways to help shape and hone the ideas so they can be more successfully advanced into action.

When going small is big news: ASU professor shrinking down electron-laser technology

Free electron lasers — powerful devices that can peer deep into molecular structure — cost billions to build and are miles long, but an ASU professor is building a version that can fit on a tabletop at a fraction of the price.

Of revolution and reflection: ASU's Chicano collection marks 45 years preserving a community's memories

The Chicano Research Collection at ASU's Hayden Library, which began in 1970 and includes academic books as well as a wide variety of memorabilia, aims at preserving the collective memory of an under-documented community.

Providing chronic pain relief without the pills

In a world where there's a pill for everything, researchers in ASU's Psychology Department are taking a different approach to coping with chronic pain.

ASU student to research greenhouse gases in the Amazon

The American Society for Microbiology has selected Jessica Spring, a microbiology senior with Arizona State University's School of Life Sciences, as a recipient of its Undergraduate Research Fellowship.

Transformative gathering illuminates the future of health

More than 800 physicians, researchers, health-policy gurus, artists, students, CEOs, thought leaders and academics converged on Mayo Civic Center in Rochester, Minnesota, for TRANSFORM 2015, a unique summit hosted by Mayo’s Center for Innovation.

Director discusses ASU's innovative new school

Arizona State University's David Guston was recently interviewed by International Innovation about the university's School for the Future of Innovation in Society.

ASU alumna expands Arizona's artistic frame

Xanthia Walker wants aspiring artists to continue to pursue their goals and is living proof that there are "a million ways to make a life in the arts."