Biosciences, meet engineering
It's going to take teamwork to push us forward in the quest for better treatments for disease. That's where convergent bioscience comes in, and it's already well underway at USC.
The destruction of one of the great symbols of a divided Cold War Europe may trace its origins to a poorly worded press release. Here's how USC history professor Mary Elise Sarotte tells the story of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Galen Center is home to more than basketball and volleyball. It's a mecca of robotics. Hundreds of students descended on the arena to test their flying and rolling robots in a national competition.
Maj. Gen. Harold J. Greene Ms ’89, MS ’90, PhD ’92 wanted to make the world safer as an engineer and member of the U.S. Army. He lost his life in the line of duty Tuesday, and now the Trojan Family mourns one of its own.