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Salmonella in space

Photo Courtesy of Biodesign Institute at Arizona S / THE STATE PRESS
BACTERIA: Biodesign Institute researcher Cheryl Nickerson, Ph.D., led a lti-institutional effort that has shown that space flight alters bacterial gene expression and virulence. At her side is an instrument used to simulate bacterial growth conditions found in space.

Two Biodesign Institute researchers are working to prevent infectious diseases by sending Salmonella to outer space.


Face time with Crow

Students had a chance to sit face-to-face with the head honcho at ASU Wednesday during President Michael Crow's student office hours.

Ten students came to dish out questions, comments, requests and criticism, while obtaining constructive feedback.





ASU will ask ABOR for $470 million
ASU, along with UA and NAU, will ask the Arizona Board of Regents today to approve a combined budget of $470 million to complete the second phase of construction on the Phoenix Biomedical Campus.

Phoenix focusing on safety of LGBT community, mayor says
Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon, along with members of local equality organizations, discussed making the city a safer place for members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community Wednesday.



Barrett battling back

Andrea Bloom / THE STATE PRESS

Through the first four games of the 2007 football season, Josh Barrett has not been the same Josh Barrett he was a year ago.

The senior safety has not been playing to his potential, something attributed to injury.


Record-breaker busted for team violation

The ASU volleyball team will be without its record-breaking legend-in-the-making this weekend.


Barrett battling back
Through the first four games of the 2007 football season, Josh Barrett has not been the same Josh Barrett he was a year ago.

The senior safety has not been playing to his potential, something attributed to injury.


Record-breaker busted for team violation
The ASU volleyball team will be without its record-breaking legend-in-the-making this weekend.


Devil Dish
Something I've had a problem with over the last couple years is the way professional hockey is treated in the Valley of the Sun and this country.


Opinions: Master chief saves lives

MAPES: Videogame addicts everywhere experienced virtual elation this week with the release of the XBOX 360 game, Halo 3. The significance of this new game was not lost on the most important people in the world, celebrities, who flanked Halo 3 premiers across the world to get their free editions of the game, while truly devoted gamers waited in fourteen hour lines.

Opinions: Heavy metal Barbie

DEVOE: Lead-tainted products from Barbie dolls to cheap metal jewelry keep showing up in the news and more often than not they've been imported from China. I always thought Barbie was poison to little girls, but more for her image, and not because she contained a harmful heavy metal.


Opinions: Letters to the Editor


Local Limelight: Mammal instinct with self-help messages to create a winning sound

Katie Lehman / STATE PRESS MAGAZINE

"Losers let it happen. Winners make it happen."


Out: Cheap sushi? You Crazy!

Most college students hear "sushi" and think "pricey," but that's not always the case. Crazy Fish Sushi 202 tucked away just north of the Scottsdale Road entrance to state Route 202 has created one of the most delicious and economical happy hours from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. weekdays.


The T&A Q&A: Latex Lady
If you're ever in need of some protection, you don't have to hit up the nearest Walgreens.


Go: Fall color in Arizona
Fall is here in Arizona, but don't expect to see cholla turn orange and gold or for cacti to begin dropping their needles. If you're dying to see some real autumn color, a day-trip up north might be just what you need. Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon offer scenic views of landscapes and plenty of trees with real autumn color.


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