Arizona State University transfer student Elizabeth Figueroa always knew that she wanted to go to college — her parents inspired her, as they both had bachelor's degrees.
On June 24, the 1973 Supreme Court ruling of Roe v. Wade was officially overturned, ending the federal protection on abortion, which leaves the legality of abortions in the hands of each individual state.
The new ruling has opened arguments about the interpretation of the law and whether suggested limitations are constitutional.
Perhaps one of the most well known or studied patterns in human nature is DNA — microscopic strands of protein that code everything from our eye color, to our body type, our potential susceptibility to disease and even our personalities. It codes our past and our future by way of all sorts of hereditary traits, some may even say our legacies.
People who like a good deal look forward to Amazon Prime Day all year long.
The annual deal event exclusively for Amazon Prime members offers two days of bargains on products from small businesses and top name brands.
But this year is going to be a little different.
Instead of offering the usual wide variety of goods, consumers might have to make do with less because of a lag in the world’s supply chain — another byproduct of the pandemic.
Recent research by Arizona State University professors highlights the heat dangers in the Valley of the Sun and emphasizes the need for residents to acclimate and check temperatures.
Both studies involved measuring the temperature of athletic venues on the ASU campus.
In the world of biomolecules, none is more iconic, nor more versatile, than DNA. Nature uses the famous double helix to store the blueprints of all living forms, drawing on a four-letter alphabet of nucleotides.
Researchers in the field of DNA nanotechnology have been inspired by the seemingly inexhaustible variety of living forms nature has fashioned from this genetic raw material. The field seeks to emulate nature’s creative enterprise and even extend the possibilities of DNA architecture beyond what nature has created.