Last week, Elon Musk announced that his startup Neuralink, which aims to restore a person’s vision or assist people with mobility issues via chip implants in the brain, will begin human trials in six months.
An ASU capstone project created a new male contraceptive called EMIT and won the competitive Venture prize in the NIH DEBUT Challenge.
A record number of 13 students in the Fulton Schools were honored with an Achievement Rewards for College Scientists, or ARCS, Scholarship in 2022.
Doctoral student David Eduardo Flores-Prieto leads extensive advocacy efforts for increased Hispanic and Latinx representation in STEM from kindergarten through graduate school.
These experts in biomedical, chemical, computer, electrical, manufacturing, mechanical and other engineering disciplines will augment an already remarkable community of students, researchers and entrepreneurs.
More effective medical treatments are the aim of research led by Fulton Schools Associate Professor Albert Cheng to advance capabilities of the gene-editing tool CRISPR.
New research led by scientists at Arizona State University has revealed some of the first detailed molecular clues associated with one of the leading causes of death and disability, a condition known as traumatic brain injury (TBI).
Ten ASU Engineering faculty members have earned National Science Foundation CAREER Awards in 2022, totaling $5.7 million to fund engineering research
ASU’s student organization for biomedical engineering promotes awareness and appreciation for a multifaceted field.
The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering recognizes students who have worked diligently to excel academically and contribute to advancing the Fulton Schools mission.
A team of School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering students, last month won a gold medal in an international synthetic biology competition. Their accomplishment? Engineering microalgae to bind arsenic in water, reduce it and sequester the toxic...
Professor Thurmon Lockhart talks to Arizona PBS about his app, the Lockhart Monitor, that he created to help prevent falls. WATCH VIDEO
School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering Associate Professor, Dr. David Brafman, a stem cell expert, explores taking the best molecular clues and tracing them all the way back to the start, to catch the very first manifestations of the the Alzheimer's...
Jessica Weaver is developing a unique way to make transplantation possible without suppressing the immune system.
An online research project using a video game to help predict dementia risk earned an ASU postdoctoral scholar a competitive NIH training fellowship.