In a recent early online edition of Nature Chemistry, ASU scientists, along with colleagues at Argonne National Laboratory, report advances toward perfecting a functional artificial leaf.
2/18/2014 11:00 AM EST
Humans living in densely populated urban areas have a profound impact not only on their physical environment, but also on the health and fitness of native wildlife. For the first time, scientists have found a direct link between the degree of...
2/5/2014 11:00 AM EST
It’s taken nearly 200 years, but scientists in Arizona and Europe have teased out how the molecular switch for sex gradually and adaptively evolved in the honeybee.
12/30/2013 2:00 PM EST
Technological innovation drives the development of research, state-of-the art learning laboratories, “Green” buildings. Now breaking new ground in virtual communications, Arizona State University has launched its first interactive, multimedia...
12/17/2013 6:00 PM EST
The Institute for Interdisciplinary Salivary Bioscience Research at Arizona State University has launched a collaborative partnership with the San Diego Zoo Institute for Conservation Research centered on advancing understanding of individual...
12/17/2013 1:00 PM EST
To protect themselves, some animals rapidly change color when their environments change, but chameleons change colors in unusual ways when they interact with other chameleons. Arizona State University researchers have discovered that these color...
12/11/2013 1:45 PM EST
It is hard to image the Colorado River, whose headlands start in the Rocky Mountains and serve more than 36 million users in the U.S., running dry. However, by the time the remaining nine percent of the original flow meets the Morelos Dam in...
12/5/2013 4:00 PM EST
Arizona State University and Johns Hopkins University researchers will launch a pilot study to test the effects of an intervention targeted to reduce school-wide stress with funding from CityBridge Foundation and The Ludwig Family Foundation.
12/5/2013 3:50 PM EST
Arizona State University Associate Professor and family therapist Larry Dumka offers insight into making the most of the season by focusing on things that really matter to you and those you love.
12/11/2013 3:30 PM EST
Aging "“ we are all doing it. It is relentless and terminal. We stand in modern times with a span of a century to our name, at most. Technological wizardry abounds, so why do the factors that determine life span still elude us? If you ask...
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