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ASU researcher innovates solar energy technology in space

Experts predict that by 2050 we’re going to have global broadband internet satellite networks, in-orbit manufacturing, space tourism, asteroid mining and lunar and Mars bases. More than a gigawatt of ... read more

Solar-powered partnership

Arizona State University has established a partnership with the University of Tokyo, Japan, aimed at strengthening research and educational endeavors at both institutions to advance solar energy ... read more

ASU received six grants to develop new solar power technology

Although solar cell technology has been around since the 1950s, it has not advanced to the point where it can replace fossil fuels as society's main source of power. ASU received six SunShot awards ... read more

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Ten ASU engineering faculty receive the National Science Foundation CAREER Award

Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University ... impactful research and deliver a rich educational experience for students. Heather Emady, an assistant professor in the School for the ... read more


Humanity will discover ‘alien artefacts’ built by advanced extraterrestrial civilisations

To help solve this dilemma, stargazers are now searching for traces of alien technology in an emerging, yet controversial, area of research ... solar system When astronomers peer out into deep ... read more

Harnessing the power of solar to enhance the electric grid

“Our proposed technology on an end-to-end solar energy optimization platform ... She participated in the ASU/Nasa Space Grant for two years and completed a summer internship at the NASA Langley ... read more

Life May Have Evolved Before Earth Finished Forming

Life may have arisen in our solar ... (ASU). And clement conditions may have persisted inside some planetesimals for tens of millions of years — perhaps long enough for life to emerge, said ... read more

We have the tech to suck CO2 from the air–but can it suck enough to make a difference?

“We found that you need everything,” says John Larsen, a director at Rhodium Group who leads the firm’s U.S. energy systems research ... Arizona State University, where Lackner is a professor, to ... read more

Blame Utilities for Wildfires, But Blame Everyone Else Too

“California is built to burn, and it's built to burn explosively,” says Stephen Pyne, a fire researcher at Arizona State University ... well reinvent themselves as energy distributors, instead of ... read more

Q&A: NRG Systems innovates, adapts in global renewables industry

Justin Wheating is president of NRG Systems, Inc., a Hinesburg company that designs and manufactures technology for the wind and solar ... in that space. The other piece that’s a challenge is a global ... read more



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