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ASU's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences honors its 2015 Dean's medalists for going above and beyond when it comes to taking opportunities to further their education.
A behavioral neuroscientist from ASU is part of a global group working on research that could set the stage for the creation of bio-inspired robots that could "smell" as effectively as we do.
The Washington Post has reported on a study, led by ASU researchers, where geneticists have discovered a "bottleneck," or decrease in genetic diversity in the male lineage about 4,000 to 8,000 years ago.
In an article appearing in The Guardian, ASU School of Life Sciences assistant professor Benjamin Hurlbut and two colleagues are calling for additional actions pertaining to the possible implementation of genetic engineering.
The ASU Faculty Women's Association presented School of Life Sciences professor Jon Harrison with its Outstanding Faculty Mentorship award to recognize his outstanding support and guidance of students – particularly women and underrepresented groups.
Three professors at Arizona State University have been selected to receive the 2014-2015 Centennial Professorship Award.
Enjoy beautiful morning nature walks and get an up-close experience with Arizona's diverse flora and fauna from our wildlife and life sciences experts on April 18 during ASU Explores Outdoors.
In new research, ASU researcher Carlo Maley and his colleagues describe compulsive evolution and dramatic genetic diversity in cells belonging to one of the most treatment-resistant and lethal forms of blood cancer: acute myeloid leukemia.
Ecologists don't just work in the wilderness. Urban ecologists at ASU's CAP LTER are helping us to understand how humans and nature interact in the city, and to maximize the benefits we get from our environment.
Sixty-four incoming ASU students were invited to be part of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences' pilot Early Start program, where they get a chance to experience what their major offers and connect with resources, upperclassmen and professors.
Researchers have discovered a dramatic decline in genetic diversity in male lineages 4,000 to 8,000 years ago – likely the result of the accumulation of material wealth.
Researchers at Arizona State University’s Biodesign Institute are working toward the development of biomarkers – blood-borne signals that can reveal the presence of diseases like cancer before a patient displays any outward symptoms.

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