USC Leonard Davis School Launches Master of Arts in Senior Living Hospitality

First-of-its-kind program prepares senior living professionals to address a growing population and changing consumer demands.

Can the Circadian Clock in Cancer Cells Help Defeat a Deadly Brain Cancer?

USC scientists and colleagues have discovered a novel potential target for treating glioblastoma, the deadly cancer that kills 15,000 Americans a year.

USC Schaeffer Center No. 3 in Global Economic Research

The USC Leonard D. Schaeffer Center for Health Policy & Economics ranks third globally based on a ranking of economic research citations.

Augmented Reality Glasses Make Life Easier for the Visually Impaired

USC researchers find that adapted augmented reality glasses significantly improve mobility and grasping ability in patients with degenerative eye disease.

USC Researchers Receive $12.5 Million Grant for Craniofacial Research Data-Sharing Endeavor

The project, FaceBase III Data Management and Integration Hub, would put USC on the map as the data epicenter for the craniofacial research community.

Researchers Find A Surprisingly Abundant Marine Bacteria May Speed Up Climate Change

A USC Dornsife-led study into certain sea-faring microbes may have revealed a dramatic shift in how the ocean and its microorganisms will contribute to global warming.

Using 3-D Printed Mother-of-Pearl to Create Tough New Smart Materials

USC researchers are drawing inspiration from mollusks to build lightweight, strong materials for wearable technology and more.

Protecting and Preserving Languages Before They’re Forgotten

USC undergrad Prim Phoolsombat wants to use a blend of linguistics and computer science to save endangered languages before they disappear.

Emotion-Reading Algorithms Cannot Predict Intentions Via Facial Expressions

A new USC Institute for Creative Technologies study reveals that algorithms fail basic tests as truth detectors.

USC Researchers Find Human Breast Milk May Help Babies Tell Time

The composition of breast milk changes across the day. Researchers believe this “chrononutrition” may help program infants’ emerging circadian biology.