Majia Nadeson Posts New Blogs on Japan’s Rare-earth Discovery

Majia Nadesan, Risk Innovation Fellow, and Professor in New College at ASU has posted a new blog, Japan Discovers Rare Earth Trove but Cannot Contain Fukushima. In the blog, Majia discusses Japans recent announcement of the discovery of a trove of rare earths deep under the water. Considering the low standards for reducing hazards, what does this mean for rare-earth mining and refining, since Fukushima still raises hazard issues?

Andrew Maynard Posts New Video on Pasta and Weight Loss, on Risk Bites

Andrew Maynard, Director of the Risk Innovation Lab has posted a video on Risk Bites discussing how low glycemic diets that include eating pasta can be good for you, but may not be the factor that helps you lose weight, in Can eating pasta help you lose weight? It’s complicated! Be sure to give this video a thumbs up if you like it!

Diana Bowman Quoted in AZFamily.com

Diana Bowman Quoted in AZFamily.com

Diana Bowman, Associate Professor, School for the Future of Innovation in Society, Faculty Fellow and Associate Dean of International Engagement Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law was quoted in an article run by Azfamily.com. The article, ASU involved in creation of Smart Region across 22 cities and towns discusses Arizona State University’s new Center for Smart Cities and Regions and explores how ASU is partnering with communities in Arizona and around the country to develop smart cities.

Andrew Maynard and Heather Ross Discuss Autonomous Vehicles after Fatality #1, in Future Out Loud

Andrew Maynard, Director of the Risk Innovation Lab and Heather Ross, Clinical Assistant Professor and Doctor of Nursing Practice discuss autonomous vehicles in Autonomous Vehicles Fatality 1 , exploring the significance of the speculation around safety regulations of driverless cars after the first fatality involving an UBER SUV hit and killed a pedestrian in Tempe.

Heather Ross Interviewed in ASU Now on the Future of AI in Healthcare

Heather Ross, Clinical Assistant Professor and Doctor of Nursing Practice was interviewed in ASU Now in, ASU, local experts on the future of AI in health care. Heather gives insight on the technologies and opportunities that machine learning can provide for healthcare.

Heather Ross Discusses Energy Systems in Future Out Loud

Heather Ross, Clinical Assistant Professor and Doctor of Nursing Practice joins Former Ford scientist and current energy sustainability researcher Mike Tamor, to discuss energy transitions and the current and future economic and policy challenges associated with local, state, and national energy systems in, Future of Energy Systems , on Future Out Loud.

Diana Bowman Quoted in ASU Now

Diana Bowman, Associate Professor, School for the Future of Innovation in Society, Faculty Fellow and Associate Dean of International Engagement Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law was featured in ASU Now in, Helping smart cities use big data, connected technology for good . Diana is the Co-director of Arizona State University’s new Center for Smart Cities and Regions. The article discusses the new center and it role in addressing big data and other new technologies to advance the economic, social and cultural health of cities.

Diana Bowman Quoted in Smart Cities World

Diana Bowman, Associate Professor, School for the Future of Innovation in Society, Faculty Fellow and Associate Dean of International Engagement Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law and Co-director of the ASU Centre for Smart Cities and Regions, was quoted in Smart Cities World in, Addressing local, regional and global problems. The article explores how technologies that are developed and deployed in a way that is responsive and responsible have greater potential benefits for cities.