For drones, the sky’s the limit
From helping farmers to watching whales, drones are taking flight in all sorts of ways. Three promising drone startups are closely affiliated with the USC Viterbi School of Engineering.
The $3 million project with Addis Ababa University will be the first time scientists continuously record air pollution data to investigate the health of children in Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda. The goal: See if pollution negatively influences health.
It’s after 9 p.m. and USC’s gates are closed to outsiders, but ravenous students crave pizzas. What to do? Thanks to a new startup, Trojans can download an app and have their food delivered anywhere on campus — by a fellow student.
The USC Rossier School of Education has formed a new partnership with Journeys in Film to develop film-based curriculum and discussion guides to engage students. The latest guide features He Named Me Malala (above).