For music fans, spring means one thing — festival season. Here in Phoenix, it was announced that this October will be a new three-day national festival called Lost Lake. It’s being put on by the founders of the Bonnaroo festival in Tennessee.
According to the World Health Organization, 285 million people worldwide are visually impaired. Bradley Greger, an associate professor at ASU, is partnering with a California-based company called Second Sight on technology that can be placed on the retina to provide a limited amount of vision to blind people.
Late last year, the Painted Desert Community Complex at Petrified Forest National Park was designated a National Historic Landmark. Wednesday, the park will celebrate the National Historic Landmark designation, and show off the work done so far on the facilities.
Soccer is the most popular sport in the world, but in the Valley — where we have teams in America’s top four sports football, baseball, basketball and hockey — it’s been a little slower to get to the highest level.
When we think of all the things we’re sold to reduce stress in our lives, the one that will actually work is free-breathing. So why don’t we utilize our ability to change our physiology through slowing down and taking deep breaths more often?
St. Joseph’s Hospital recently celebrated the 10th anniversary of its lung transplant program. Dr. Michael Smith is a thoracic surgeon and surgical director for the Lung Transplantation Program at St. Joseph’s Hospital.
Huge advances are being made in wearable robots, and that’s the focus of this week’s WearACon ’17, which started this morning in downtown Phoenix. ASU’s Tom Sugar is part of the event, thanks to the work he’s done. It includes a powered foot orthotic for stroke rehabilitation.
The term “nationalism” has taken on questionable — sometimes troublesome — connotations in the public realm in the past year or so. The word began getting a lot more attention during the course of the 2016 presidential campaign.
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich on Tuesday announced a $4.65 million settlement for consumer restitution from Theranos, the med-tech startup that was once the darling of Silicon Valley but has since faced legal problems for lab errors and deficiencies. It was touted as a great victory for Arizonans, but the backstory of Theranos in Arizona is a little more complicated.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has signed a law that some disability rights advocates say is a big loss. The legislation deals with Arizona's version of the Americans With Disabilities Act and what some say is the growing problem of lawsuits. KJZZ's Will Stone has been following this.