Researchers from USC and other universities are examining how the COVID-19 genes mutate, which could help create more effective vaccines for the coronavirus.
Staff scan centuries-old gilded pages and send them to eager faculty and students from behind closed doors at USC Libraries.
USC researchers have received a NSF RAPID grant to track coronavirus spread through wastewater samples.
USC researchers assessed the policies and death rates of 60 countries during the first 100 days of the pandemic.
A USC Dornsife survey reveals that people with the least education and lowest pay suffer the most economic insecurity due to COVID-19.
A newly published, USC-led study has confirmed that, though many more L.A. County residents had COVID-19 antibodies than previously thought, most people have not been infected.
A national USC survey reveals that more than 25% of Americans believe they’re in no danger of being infected with COVID-19 in the next three months.
Class of 2020 USC Viterbi grad Julia Sircar is working with top engineers to find solutions to COVID-19.
USC experts explain how a variety of factors are driving extreme lockdown fatigue during the pandemic.
USC researchers are studying whether the anti-inflammatory drug baricitinib can halt the progress of the virus in an infected patient.