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Cheating death: How cancer cells escape

In a groundbreaking study, researchers including ASU’s Judith Klein-Seetharaman have identified a dual role in the intricate dance of…

ASU researchers develop DNA nanodevice for targeted cancer, disease treatment

A research team led by ASU Professor Hao Yan has developed a DNA nanodevice that can selectively target cancer cells and deliver specific…

ASU study: Mutations in critical gene may steer health outcomes in breast cancer

Despite enormous progress, breast cancer remains elusive, perplexing and, often, deadly. The disease can emerge due to a complex interplay of factors, including lifestyle, environment, aging and genetic predisposition.

Biodesign in the news

Valley fever can be tricky to diagnose. This ASU lab is trying to establish a better method

Arizona State University’s Biodesign Institute is testing new methods for diagnosing Valley fever more quickly and accurately.

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10 Bizarre Items That Hitched a Ride into Space

In 2006 and 2008, Salmonella bacteria were sent to the International Space Station on space shuttle missions leading to findings by Cheryl Nickerson.

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ASU study identifies key areas of RSV

In a first-of-its-kind study, ASU researcher Efrem Lim and his colleagues identify mutations in key areas of RSV.

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Republicans’ Belief COVID Is Getting Worse Is Growing Fast

Despite the rising rates of anxiety, Joshua LaBaer said we currently have many more tools to help us work through a new strain of coronavirus than we did back in 2020.

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Undergraduate research: How ASU students can fast-track their careers

In the wide world of undergraduate opportunities, a professor and ASU students share advice that helped them succeed in the field.

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