ASU to become home of McCain National Library
President Joe Biden announced in Tempe that ASU will house the McCain National Library, which will honor the life and legacy of the late Senator John McCain, and act as a solutions center and gathering spot to learn more about leadership, democracy and national security.
Stories of excellence
Biodesign Institute to develop DNA-enabled nanoelectronics
ASU’s Biodesign Institute received a $3 million National Science Foundation grant to begin creating a new manufacturing process using DNA to build ultrahigh-density nanoelectronic systems to develop a new generation of electronic applications.
Repeatedly ranked No. 1
ASU was named the most innovative university in the U.S. for the ninth consecutive year, one of many No. 1 rankings that ASU holds.
Students earn ASU/NASA Space Grant internships
ASU students in the Interplanetary Initiative’s Technological Leadership program will conduct research and work on initiatives that could shape our future in space.
ASU community improving lives by transforming telehealth
Students from academic programs across ASU are creating telehealth innovations to improve health care experiences for people of all ages.
Manufacturing microelectronics in space
An ASU assistant professor is helping create plans for building semiconductor devices in space, which could eliminate costly and drawn out steps in the semiconductor manufacturing process.
ASU is preparing students for the jobs of the future
Dozens of organizations trust ASU to train their future workers for high-growth industries including advanced manufacturing, advanced communication technologies, cybersecurity, augmented intelligence, robotics, digital media, virtual reality, big data and sustainability.