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  • Project aims for prosthetic that senses like real hand – February 10, 2015
    One of the major challenges in prosthetic technologies is to create an artificial hand capable of the same tactile sensations and motion perception as a natural hand. Arizona State University neurophysiologist Stephen Helms Tillery will have an opportunity to contribute to progress toward that goal.
  • ASU nano facility receives $1M grant from National Science Foundation – February 02, 2015
    Two secondary ion mass spectrometry laboratories in Arizona State University’s Bateman Physical Science Complex were recognized as hotbeds of scientific research, thanks to the expertise of researchers in ASU's School of Earth and Space Exploration and Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry.
  • California partnerships boost ASU startups – January 27, 2015
    After a university technology leaves the research lab, but before it becomes a self-sustaining new product or startup, it must cross the “valley of death.” This challenging period can sink even the most promising ideas due to lack of funds, business expertise, market timing or even luck.
  • ASU researchers work to improve diagnosis, treatment of eye disorders – January 12, 2015
    Biomedical engineering researchers at Arizona State University are working with an industry partner to advance development of technology enabling the use of tear fluid samples to diagnose and monitor people’s health.
  • ASU tech transfer group achieves high rankings in national survey – December 10, 2014
    Arizona Technology Enterprises (AzTE), the exclusive intellectual property management and technology transfer organization of Arizona State University, has for the third year in a row achieved high rankings in innovation metrics collected by the Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM).
  • ASU tech transfer arm earns high rankings for inventions, startups, innovation – December 10, 2014
    Arizona State University's technology transfer arm achieved high rankings for the third year in a row in innovation metrics collected by the Association of University Technology Managers.
  • ASU researchers produce devices for early, low-cost cancer diagnosis – December 05, 2014
    It’s the one word no one wants to hear escape from their doctor’s lips. But each year, 12.7 million people around the world do. The word is cancer, a disease that kills millions and costs billions to treat.
  • Joint venture expands ASU-China partnership – October 28, 2014
    Arizona State University and China’s Shandong University announced a joint venture Tuesday to focus on “bio-inspired” cancer and vaccine research, water and air purification systems and advanced explorations of nanotechnology.
  • Advances in robotics promise performance boost in prosthetic hands – October 27, 2014
    Work on the design, development and testing of next-generation prosthetic hand technology by a team of researchers from Arizona State University, Mayo Clinic and the Italian Institute of Technology will proceed with support from the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
  • Venture capital fund invests in ASU startups to stimulate Arizona economy – October 24, 2014
    Successful SkySong-based startup Bosse Toolshas received a major investment of $200,000 from the Maricopa County Manufacturing Venture Fund to ramp up production of its line of ergonomically designed tools.

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