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How ASU went to space and keeps pushing boundaries

How ASU went to space and keeps pushing boundaries

Today's School of Earth and Space Exploration is a model for interdisciplinarity. This is the inspiring story of how ASU's tiny geology program grew to become one of only seven U.S. institutions that can build interplanetary spacecraft.

Vanos, Middel say shade is a solution to scorching playgrounds

Vanos, Middel say shade is a solution to scorching playgrounds

ASU urban climate researchers Jennifer Vanos and Ariane Middel study playgrounds in the Arizona heat. Their research provides insight into these spaces, as well as tips on keeping children safe in the heat.

Cerveny certifies world-record lightning flashes

Cerveny certifies world-record lightning flashes

Sustainability scientist Randall Cerveny is chief rapporteur of weather and climate extremes for the World Meteorological Organization, which verified the records with new satellite technology.