Local ASU Startup Develops App To Track Restaurant Food Supplies
Jan15

Local ASU Startup Develops App To Track Restaurant Food Supplies

Throughout the 21st century into the modern era, technology has and continues to pave the way for countless innovations, and numerous to come. In this day in age a great idea along with the proper resources anything is possible. Changes are happening in our world more often over each passing day. Each day, young innovators are making strides toward building a brighter future through modern technology, accompanied by relentless...

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ASU students start club to educate community about blockchain technology
Dec18

ASU students start club to educate community about blockchain technology

Arizona State University students banded together this summer to create the Blockchain Innovation Society, a club that debuted with its first meeting in October. Jeremy Liu, a sophomore mathematics major, said the idea for the club came from concern over the lack of blockchain community on campus. The vice president of the club invited Liu to a boba shop to discuss the idea, and he was immediately on board. “None of us knew much about...

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ASU startup teaches the community about robot design
Nov27

ASU startup teaches the community about robot design

Make-A-Pede is an open source robotics platform with a centipede-like motion that allows the robot to expand with ease as more modules are added. This robot kit was developed by ASU junior, Cole Brauer, who is a Robotics major, and his younger brother Jude Brauer. The two brothers formed the kit with the community in mind. With the app that comes along with the kit, it is designed to promote conversation through the forum so users can...

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ASU startup to provide students with more parking options
Jul24

ASU startup to provide students with more parking options

ASU students Jonathon Barkel and Scott Fitsimones are changing the way that students park on campus. AirGarage is a service founded in 2016 that allows homeowners to list their unused driveways online to be available for ASU students to pay and park at during their classes. AirGarage was created with college wallets in mind. It provides students with a budget-friendly option when it comes to commuting to school.  According to their...

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How 13-year-old Backpacks 4 Kids AZ CEO helps disadvantaged children
Feb17

How 13-year-old Backpacks 4 Kids AZ CEO helps disadvantaged children

Backpacks 4 Kids AZ is a non-profit organization that provides local disadvantaged children with backpacks full of supplies. Displaced children receive backpacks with toiletries and toys, while low-income students receive backpacks with pencils, notebooks, and other school supplies. If that isn’t cool enough, get this: Backpacks 4 Kids AZ is run by 13-year-old Kaitlyn Martinez. Kaitlyn came up for the idea for her organization in 2015...

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