Telling Their Stories Through a Critical and Creative Lens

Bravo Medical Magnet High School and the Communication and Technology School students participated in “I Too Am: Media Arts, & Belonging,” a project designed by USC faculty.

Advanced Program in Orofacial Pain Endowed and Named

Drs. Glenn T. Clark and Roseann Mulligan have endowed the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC’s Dr. Glenn T. Clark Orofacial and Oral Medicine Program.


Some Wastewater Reuse Processes Can Lead to Undesired Byproducts

Portable water reuse is a boon for sustainability, but USC researchers warn of potentially toxic byproducts.

Making 3-D Printing Smarter with Machine Learning

USC Viterbi researchers have developed machine-learning software that will heighten 3-D printing accuracy by 50%, making the process more economical and sustainable.

New Imaging Technology Could Advance Medical Cures and Save Time

The newly developed method, SEER, works up to 67 times faster and at 2.7 times greater definition than current techniques.

Research Reinforces Music’s Impact on the Developing Brain

USC Dornsife’s Assal Habibi advances her studies into how musical training boosts childhood brain development.

USC Study Finds “Dabbing Teens” More Likely to Keep Using Cannabis

Although the total number of high schoolers who were “dabbing,” i.e., inhaling cannabis vapor, was low, those teens had nearly six times the likelihood of continuing to use concentrates.

USC Thornton Faculty Member Premieres Work at New York Philharmonic

USC Thornton Composition faculty member Nina C. Young premiered “Tread Softly” at New York Philharmonic on February 5, with three additional performances through February 11.

A Novel Approach to Medical Testing

USC Viterbi’s Maral Mousavi is using nail polish, paper, yarn and other improvised materials to make medical diagnostics more accessible and affordable.

USC Engineering Professors Awarded $6 Million to Develop Polymer Brain Devices

The grant will allow Ellis Meng and Dong Song to create cutting-edge polymer electrodes for better brain signal monitoring, paving the way for devices that could restore human memory.