by Richard Harth

New research by ASU's Carlo Maley and his colleagues may lead to new models in both the diagnosis and treatment of acute myeloid leukemia (AML), one of the most lethal and treatment-resistant forms of blood cancer.

by Erik Wirtanen

ASU computer scientist Paulo Shakarian is leading a new study exploring how content spreads on social media.

By Skip Derra

A new study from Arizona State University details some of the dynamics at play as California's Central Valley prepares for substantial population growth.

by Joseph Kullman

Arizona State University computer scientist Carole-Jean Wu is gaining attention for her work to improve the energy efficiency of both large- and small-scale computing nodes.

by Richard Harth

ASU professor Ximin He and her colleagues have discovered a method capable of mimicking nature's ability to sort, capture, transport and release molecules which could have major impacts on human and environmental health.

By Maureen Roen

In his co-edited anthology “The Civil War: Told By Those Who Lived It,” Arizona State University historian Brooks Simpson explores the bloody conflict in detail.

by Nikki Cassis

ASU researchers have located the impact crater from an asteroid that hit the moon in 2013, causing the largest explosion humans have ever observed on the moon's surface.

by Allie Nicodemo

Ecologists don’t just work in the wilderness. Urban ecologists at ASU’s CAP LTER are helping us to understand how humans and nature interact in the city, and to maximize the benefits we get from our environment.

by Sandra Leander

ASU researchers co-led a study which discovered a dramatic decline in male genetic diversity between 4,000 and 8,000 years ago, likely the result of an accumulation of material wealth.

by Richard Harth

Josh LaBaer and Karen Anderson of ASU's Biodesign Institute are developing new biomarkers that can reveal the presence of diseases like cancer before patients display any outward symptoms.