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ASU Hacks for Humanity looks to find solutions for societal good

October 3, 2017

“With such a range of possible directions, we expect that products will connect with many issues relevant to our current political and social climate locally, nationally and globally,” said Neal

ASU team takes cyberbullying app public

September 20, 2017

Vela’s death is an extreme example of what can happen as a result of cyberbullying, but a 2016 paper co-authored by Yasin Silva, associate professor of computer science at Arizona

Open Pitch brings “shark tank” style open mic night to Tempe campus

September 17, 2017

Throughout September, ASU students with entrepreneurial ideas have a chance to share their concepts and win a bit of money. In a Shark Tank meets open mic night style event,

ASU hosts entrepreneurship and innovation contest with $100K prize

September 11, 2017

The ASU Innovation Open is a contest that partners with electronics distributor Avnet and others to showcase innovative entrepreneurs around the world. Read story here.

Connecting veterans to IT opportunities

September 11, 2017

“Far greater than saying to a veteran, ‘Thank you for your service,’ is to hire a veteran and give them meaningful work,” said Benjamin C. Freakley, former commanding general for

ASU selected as nation’s most innovative school for third straight year

September 11, 2017

For the third year in a row, Arizona State University tops the list of “most innovative schools” in the nation, recognizing the university’s groundbreaking initiatives, partnerships, programs and research. Read

HEALab to offer entrepreneurial services to downtown, health-centric community

September 6, 2017

Healthcare Innovation Program Director and Clinical Professor Rick Hall filled that gap Wednesday with the soft launch of HEALab on ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus. Read story here.

Student entrepreneurs compete for $100,000 cash prize

September 5, 2017

Semi-finals will take place as ASU Skysong in Scottsdale on Dec. 9, and five finalists will deliver in-person pitches before a panel of judges at the Waste Management Phoenix Open

How this ASU spinout is making fighting cancer personal

September 5, 2017

“Once we saw the potential of the difference it could make, we all felt obligated that we had to do something,” said David Richardson, co-founder and CEO of bioSyntagma LLC,