ASU researchers address a primary cause of treatment failure for pancreatic cancer
As the second leading cause of death worldwide, cancer is a focal point in both clinical research and health care fields, but not all cancers are created equal.
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The startup team, comprised of three ASU students, earned $100,000 An Arizona State University team won $100,000 at the ASU Innovation Open on Friday to fund their business, which makes a device that relieves anxiety.Read more...
Neurodegenerative diseases affect millions of people around the world. In the U.S. alone, more than 5 million people live with Alzheimer’s disease, and by 2050, that number could reach 16 million, according to the Alzheimer’s Association. Alzheimer’s disease also is...
ASU Researcher Earns Recognition For Innovative Regenerative Engineering Method Using Synthetic Biology
Stem cells possess great potential for the study and treatment of disease. Scientists can use them to grow lab-created miniature organ-like tissues called organoids that have characteristics and behaviors similar to our own organs, which can help the development of...