Deep-sea exploration breakthrough to guide future space exploration missions


Deep-sea exploration breakthrough to guide future space exploration missions

Scientists from Arizona State University, who are a part of the Systematic Underwater Biogeochemical Science and Exploration Analog (SUBSEA) program, have pioneered a new approach to the scientific process of geochemical exploration for our Earth and beyond.

How ‘food security’ is quickly becoming national security

Daniel Sarewitz, editor-in-chief of Issues in Science and Technology, moderated a webinar to discuss the weaknesses in our food supply systems and the future threats the country faces as we work to strengthen those systems.

Implicit bias and microaggressions training

Attendees will engage in the topic of implicit bias and microaggressions with a thoughtful dialogue with the presenter. There are two training dates available on May 7 and June 11. ASURITE login required.

ASU Travel Lunch and Learn

Join the ASU Travel Service Center team for a Lunch and Learn session on the current requirements when traveling for ASU. Register for the April 15 or May 11 session.

Maynard hosts podcast with former NASA astronaut Cady Coleman

Each episode features the hosts engaging with experts about the big questions, challenges and mysteries humans face as we venture out to explore the solar system and beyond.

Dehgan speaks at FIU State of the World conference

The topic of the panel was the Paris Climate Agreement and what happens now that the U.S. has rejoined. The State of the World conference was hosted by Florida International University and ASU’s McCain Institute for International Leadership.

April 20: Podcasts for engaging with non-academic audiences

Podcasts are an effective, engaging way to engage audiences on timely scientific issues. Join two ASU Sustainability Scientists for a robust discussion on their popular podcasts aimed at increasing public engagement on science topics.

Virtual 2-day workshop on public interest technology draws attendees from five continents

The workshop for the U.S. Agency for International Development explored synergies in the application of technology to the advancement of human well-being. More than 140 people attended across four sessions over two days.

New study predicts urban development and greenhouse gases will fuel urban floods

Sustainability scientist Matei Georgescu, associate professor in ASU’s School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning, is lead author of a new study published in the journal Environmental Research Letters.