A key component of ambient direct air capture (DAC) systems that remove carbon dioxide from the air is the sorbent material that is used to first capture the carbon and then to release it. Certain
Researchers pinpoint how sorbent materials catch and release carbon
The Union Pacific Salt River Bridge, a technological marvel at the time it was built in 1912, has survived more than a century of floods and weather events on the Salt River, in an area now known as
ASU engineers offer insight on Tempe railway bridge collapse
Professor George Edward “Edd” Gibson, Jr., is one of eight people to be named a Distinguished Member of the American Society of Civil Engineers in 2020.
Gibson’s legacy of construction earns Distinguished Member honor
Climate change, alternative energy, autonomous vehicles and high-tech construction systems are changing the way the built environment — the man-made infrastructure in which we live and work — is
Today’s engineers, builders already envisioning tomorrow’s infrastructure | ASU Now: Access, Excellence, Impact
Emily Alcazar started taking college courses when she was 12 years old. Today she’ll graduate magna cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering at the age of 17.
Fulton Schools’ youngest graduate gets a head start on making an impact
Arizona State University and Silicon Kingdom Holdings (SKH) have announced an agreement to deploy carbon-capture technology developed by Professor Klaus Lackner, director of ASU’s Center for Negative Carbon Emissions.
Lackner’s carbon-capture technology moves to commercialization
According to the Centers
for Disease Control and Prevention, about 1 in every 59 children in the U.S. is diagnosed with autism, up from 1 in every 150 in 2000. They report that “about half a million people on the autism spectrum will become adults over the next decade, a swelling tide for which the country is unprepared.”
Autism symptoms reduced nearly 50% 2 years after fecal transplant
Read about more graduates.Patrick Murphy was able to pursue his master’s degree at Arizona State University while also helping his hometown to be more sustainable.
ASU’s first online graduate in sustainability engineering helps his town see the light | ASU Now: Access, Excellence, Impact
Growing up, Sylvia Faszczewski had an affinity for math and hands-on projects. This skill set drew her to the field of engineering.
Construction engineering grad encourages aspiring female builders | ASU Now: Access, Excellence, Impact