Chemistry and physics

ASU women honor STEM role models

Wednesday, April 3, 2013
by Diane Boudreau

At ASU, women are making discoveries and developing technologies every day. But who inspired, encouraged and motivated them along the road to success? Here, some of ASU’s notable researchers talk about their female role models in STEM.

The biggest problem you've never heard of

Tuesday, August 17, 2010
by Margaret Coulombe, illustration by Adrian Smith

FruitWhat is "P" and why is it so important to our health and our environment?

How much does the sky weigh?

Monday, August 3, 2009
by David Wright

barometerAir is all around you. It presses against your body all the time. That’s why we call it air pressure. Anyone can measure air pressure using a tool called a barometer. Barometers work because air has weight.

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