With signs for flu shots festooning grocery stores and clinics, the onset of flu season is heralded with as much fervor — if less enthusiasm — than Christmas. Conversations with two ASU scientists revealed promising future developments.
The question of why big animals don't get more cancer than small ones is a long-standing mystery, and today all eyes are on the elephant, thanks to research by Arizona State University associate professor Carlo Maley.
ASU President Michael M. Crow has challenged the ASU community to achieve a goal of $700,000 in United Way pledges — and to go even farther and get to $1 million. It's part of ASU's commitment to helping improve the communities the university serves.