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Tech venture’s setback reveals passion that drives innovation
Challenges that Fulton Schools of Engineering faculty member Scott Shrake is experiencing in launching new tech startup offer lessons about the spirit of entrepreneurship and innovation he can share with students in the Engineering Projects in Community Service (EPICS) program. Read on Full Circle

ASU team’s robot driver in top 10 at Cornell Cup competition
A team of ASU engineering students placed in the top 10 among 34 finalists at the Cornell Cup USA, one of the leading embedded technology student competitions. The team taught a robot to drive a small electric car. Read on Full Circle

ASU, NGA to address national security risks posed by climate change
Eight ASU engineers are among members of a research team assembled for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s new Foresight Initiative projects, which will assess national security threats that could emerge due to the impacts of climate change. Read on Full Circle

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ASU freshman is looking to revolutionize tech (Channel 12 News – Phoenix)
Incoming ASU freshman electrical engineering student Sarah Galvin is continuing the research she did to win the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair for high school students earlier this year. Working this summer in the lab of ASU engineering professor Nathan Newman, Galvin is experimenting with new materials for electronic devices that promise to make them operate more efficiently, and to be produced more economically. Her progress attracted interest from Channel 12 News. Watch the video.