ASU entrepreneurial program expands research impact

ASU entrepreneurial program expands research impact

Technological advances made through engineering research can improve many aspects of people’s lives. To make a real impact, however, researchers need to expand their work beyond the lab, such as through entrepreneurship. The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at...
Know thy enemy

Know thy enemy

As the software development landscape evolves, new security vulnerabilities are surfacing. Traditionally, a software’s source code could shed light on its vulnerabilities, but acquiring high-quality source code for the purpose of finding weaknesses can be difficult...
Securing the microelectronics supply chain

Securing the microelectronics supply chain

Microelectronics enable all of the electronic systems we use today, from pacemakers, voting machines and cars to airplanes, missiles and supercomputers. Also known as semiconductors, microelectronics have a uniquely complicated production supply chain. A typical...
Using AI to battle Alzheimer’s

Using AI to battle Alzheimer’s

It’s estimated that more than six million Americans — and about 24 million people worldwide — are living with the degenerative brain disease called Alzheimer’s, a progressive mental deterioration that is the fifth leading cause of death in the United States among...
Student groups help women thrive in engineering

Student groups help women thrive in engineering

When women don’t see themselves represented in engineering and technology classrooms, research, careers and leadership, it can make succeeding in those fields a struggle. As STEM fields diversify and become more inclusive, female students in the Ira A. Fulton Schools...