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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.

Nursing program provides pathways for bilingual health workers

The Bilingual Nursing Fellows Program at South Mountain Community College pairs with ASU to get more Spanish-speaking nursing students into the health-care industry.

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."

Future flu: Where the annual shot is heading

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.

Electronics that better mimic natural light promise more vivid, healthy illumination

An ASU engineer is leading research and tech development that holds promise for more energy-efficient, effective and healthier lighting.

Renowned author Karen Armstrong to lecture on religion, violence

Karen Armstrong will discuss her new book, "Fields of Blood: Religion and the History of Violence," in a free public lecture at ASU's Evelyn Smith Music Theater on Monday, Oct. 19.

Microbial managers converge at ASU for international conference

On Oct. 1-4, Arizona State University's Tempe campus hosted ISMET2015, the 5th International Meeting on Microbial Electrochemistry and Technologies.