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AZLoop keeps pace, but doesn’t race, with top contenders in international competition to create the future of transportation

August 27, 2017 After spending thousands of hours and many sleepless nights building a high-speed pod, an Arizona State University-led team of some 100 college students from across Arizona placed among the top eight contenders in the SpaceX Hyperloop II Pod Competition today.

AZLoop heads to SpaceX Hyperloop competition Sunday

August 23, 2017 Lynne Nethken, whose college career went through a couple of false starts, is now an engineering grad student at Arizona State University and will be there in Hawthone urging on the team she’s been leading for the past year.

Arizona State University and Amazon bring first-of-its-kind voice technology program to university classrooms and campus

August 17, 2017 ASU-specific skill for Alexa, a voice-enabled dorm, student skills developers, and voice application development courses included in the program.

ASU announces international tech leader as new chief information officer

August 7, 2017 Arizona State University (ASU) has selected Lev Gonick, Ph.D., an internationally recognized leader in innovative technology strategies and solutions, to serve as chief information officer (CIO) starting Nov. 1.

Arizona State University’s photovoltaics program earns six Energy Department SunShot Awards

July 17, 2017 Arizona State University has earned six prestigious U.S. Department of Energy SunShot Awards, totaling $4.3 million, ranking it first among recipients in the Photovoltaics Research category for 2017.

ASU sponsoring students, events at NCLR annual conference

July 6, 2017 Arizona State University joins over a dozen corporate and non-profit organizations in sponsoring the 2017 National Council of La Raza annual conference to be held in the Phoenix Convention Center July 8 – 11.

Amplification on a chip: Research raises hope for erbium-based integrated photonics device

July 1, 2017 An Arizona State University researcher has made another breakthrough using the rare-earth metal erbium as the gain material for an optical amplifier, this time with an achievement that will enable its use for the first time with small chip optical technologies.

Single molecular layer and thin silicon beam enable nanolaser operation at room temperature

July 1, 2017 For the first time, researchers have built a nanolaser that uses only a single molecular layer, placed on a thin silicon beam, which operates at room temperature.

Arizona State University unveils new ‘dorm built for engineers’

June 30, 2017 Engineering undergraduates moving into a new Arizona State University residence hall this week will find themselves immersed in a collaborative, technology-laden living and learning community built specifically for engineers.

Adidas and Arizona State University announce global partnership aimed at shaping the future of sport

June 13, 2017 New Global Sport Alliance will explore topics including diversity and race, sustainability and human potential through sport.