Zika test among ASU research highlights for 2016

Zika test among ASU research highlights for 2016

January 3, 2017

  • Scientists reveal low-cost test for Zika

    Hoping to slow the advance of the Zika virus, researchers from the Wyss Institute and ASU developed a low-cost, practical diagnostic that can be easily administered — even in areas where resources and medical expertise are scarce.


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January 3, 2017

A roundup of some of the university’s top stories of 2016

It was a year of big headlines for both the nation and Arizona State University. As the world has been faced with new challenges — and opportunities for new solutions — ASU has found innovative ways to help the communities it serves. The university’s faculty, staff and students have made advancements in health, space exploration, robotics and more, all while expanding access to education and extending compassion to others.

Here are some of the top stories from 2016

 

 

Written by: Joe Caspermeyer