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ASU surpasses Harvard, Johns Hopkins, Duke on Milken Institute list for commercializing research

Arizona State University has catapulted to No. 21 in the new Milken Institutetech transfer rankings — proving ASU is doing more with less state funding.

ASU venture Swift Coat wins big at Rice Business Plan Competition

The [Swift Coat] technology, which has applications in a range of industries, was developed through photovoltaic research in Holman’s lab.

E+I Kauffman Inclusion Awardees named

Through support from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, ASU Entrepreneurship + Innovation has funded ten programs that aim to advance minority entrepreneurs.


Venture Devil Spotlight: Korwave

Why E+I? | May 19, 2017

What does your venture do? Korwave gives children with epilepsy a greater sense of independence and safety with a mobile, wearable, and discrete brain-monitoring system.


ASU SparXX program participants share their stories

ASU Research | May 19, 2017

The ASU SparXX Initiative is a series of programs and activities at Arizona State University that support women in starting and growing their own businesses. Recently, a few women business owners, who have participated in the SparXX programs, shared their stories on being empowered to follow their dream of starting or growing a business.


Mobile dental clinic ready for the road

ASU Now | May 3, 2017

After four years, $80,000 and innumerable obstacles, a team of ASU engineering students has completed a mobile dental clinic to dispatch to developing nations.

The team, Engineering Smiles, gained momentum from the Engineering Projects in Community Service program, which puts students together with nonprofits, community groups and governmental agencies to help solve problems and develop professional skills.