NASA tests Orion’s parachute performance over Arizona while work progresses in Florida

The team designing the parachute system for NASA’s Orion spacecraft has demonstrated almost every parachute failure they could imagine. But on April 23, they tested how the system would perform if the failure wasn’t in the parachutes.

Carbon emissions tracked to individual buildings

A new software system can map greenhouse gas emissions right down to street level, and even rate particular buildings.

Online volunteers could help find alien artifacts on the moon

Two Arizona State University scientists are calling for a thorough scan of images of the moon to try and identify signs of aliens.

Robot fleets set to survey the oceans

Swarms of spherical robots equipped with biogeochemical sensors could soon be cruising the oceans on study missions.

New material promises faster internet

Arizona State University researchers have created a new material that they say can be used to develop next-generation computers, improve the internet, increase the efficiency of silicon-based photovoltaic cells and improve solid-state lighting and sensor technology.

AntiSec hackers pwn Arizona "police state" yet again

Hackers associated with Anonymous and the rapidly evolving AntiSec movement have pwned and owned Arizona law enforcement officials for the second time.  



Ammonia from meteorites could have started life on Earth

Ammonia brought to Earth by meteorites could have helped kick-start life, says a team at Arizona State University.