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An app today keeps the doctor’s forms away

  • ASU Knowledge Enterprise

Phoenix Children’s Hospital and ASU students partner to create an app that replaces outdated medical history forms, making patient paperwork a breeze and lightening doctors’ loads. ASU students Rakshith Subramanyam (left) and Nikhil Agarwal (right) work on the web app. Photo credit: Andy DeLisle…

ASU Cronkite School gets funding from Google initiative

  • San Francisco Chronicle

PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona State University has won funding from Google for a digital story project. The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication announced Tuesday that its "Interactive Story Wall" was selected by the Google News Initiative. Cronkite students are developing a "wall…

Startup provides recon for the cybersecurity battlefield

  • ASU Knowledge Enterprise

Cyberattacks pose a threat to the national and global economy. The solution may be to hack the hackers. By Lori K. Baker Oct. 28, 2019 Corporations, small businesses, nonprofits and customers — in other words, nearly everyone — beware! Computer hackers launched more than 137.4 million new…

Sprint and Arizona State University to Combine Innovation with 5G and Curiosity IoT in Groundbreaking Collaboration to Reach Millions of Residents, Students

  • Sprint

Multiyear project will drive regional economic and technological development in Arizona, enable massive 5G campus connectivity, create new IoT curriculum, and kick-start joint scientific research October 22, 2019 LOS ANGELES, Oct. 22, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Sprint (NYSE: S) today at MWC Los Angeles…

Welcome to Phoenix, Where There's Tons of Startup Talent, Less Red Tape, and Houses Your Employees Can Actually Afford

  • Inc.

Welcome to Phoenix, Where There's Tons of Startup Talent, Less Red Tape, and Houses Your Employees Can Actually Afford Reduced regulations and an improving talent pipeline make Arizona's state capital a hospitable environment for entrepreneurs. By Emily CanalStaff writer, Inc.com@emilycanal…