USC Dornsife researchers discover that lava from the eruption of Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano sparked an algae super bloom in the North Pacific Ocean.
Two USC preventive medicine researchers are studying how losing California’s largest lake could affect the respiratory health of people in the Imperial Valley and beyond.
USC researchers find that adapted augmented reality glasses significantly improve mobility and grasping ability in patients with degenerative eye disease.
A USC Center on Philanthropy and Public Policy case study reveals how philanthropic leadership has positioned Los Angeles to better grapple with the enduring challenge of homelessness.
New analyses of the rings of Saturn reveal how and when they came to be, what they are made from and how long they will last.
USC undergrad Prim Phoolsombat wants to use a blend of linguistics and computer science to save endangered languages before they disappear.
A new USC Institute for Creative Technologies study reveals that algorithms fail basic tests as truth detectors.
New USC Viterbi research tells us more than we’ve ever known about how and why our cells age, paving the way for a healthier, happier old age.
Research by two USC Dornsife professors indicates that tolerance for racist speech has declined among younger Americans, the college-educated and political liberals.
USC Viterbi researchers managed vast amounts of genetic data from multi-ethnic populations in a groundbreaking new study.