by Heather Beshears

ASU researchers found that public parks could provide economic benefits in addition to their social, cultural and environmental impacts.

by Nate McIntyre

The next big thing in space research is small. Small, agile companies and small, inexpensive devices are changing how we explore the universe. Arizona State University researchers are working with both.

by Sandra Leander

ASU Class of 2015 graduate Anika Larson led a project during her senior year that taught biology to prison inmates.

by Sandra Leander

Our sense of smell gives us a lot of information about the world around us. What if a robot could "smell" as effectively as we do?

by Nikki Cassis

In the search for life elsewhere in the universe, Arizona State University researchers report that we can cross one potential off the list: cosmic neighbor and popular sci-fi locale Tau Ceti.

by Emma Greguska

ASU professor James Shraiky's course on current issues in health design found that, although progress has been made toward the treatment of PTSD, there still remains a lack of sufficient resources for those seeking help.

by ERIN BARTON

Researchers at ASU are collecting stories from immigrants to the U.S. and finding information that doesn’t typically get included in history books.

by Christopher Hernandez

Has social media feedback started to shape who we are as individuals? ASU student Megan Lindsay examines this question in her dissertation work.

by Rebecca Howe

While many view warfare as a breakdown between societies, Arizona State University anthropologist Sarah Mathew views it as an outgrowth of cooperation.

Thanks to Phoenix's rising temperatures it's bee season – and many residents are coming into contact with these complex creatures. Fortunately, Arizona State University Provost Robert E. Page Jr. is a bee expert and has some fun facts to share.