Solutions, engagement, education and research to enable better lives.
Julie Ann Wrigley, on partnering with ASU
The grant, from ASU's Healthy Urban Environments initiative, creates a solutions-focused, hands-on learning opportunity for high school students who are developing and testing a heat stroke prevention device.
Sustainability scientist Jenni Vanos and an interdisciplinary team studied air temperature variation at planned Olympic venues and how the extreme August heat will impact athletes, spectators and volunteers.
Cooperation is essential during a pandemic. As societies deal with the rise of disease in different ways, a consistent theme is that knowing how diseases spread and evolve can put you in a much better position to evaluate what is or isn’t a real threat. We asked ASU’s resident expert on cooperation, Athena Aktipis, and some of her collaborators about how to encourage cooperation during a pandemic.