Hearing for the first time
Little Auguste Majkowski was born without a nerve critical to hearing. Now an innovative new implant could dramatically change his life.
College student-athletes are the model of fitness during their university years. But that can soon change after they graduate. Research shows that student-athletes need to learn about staying fit for life, and a USC program teaches just that.
Scientists at USC developed a long-lasting battery that uses cheap, eco-friendly components. The new battery, based on water and compounds found in plants, fungi and other organic matter, was designed to be used in power plants.
America knows her as teenage vampire Jessica Hamby on the hit "True Blood." Trojan classmates remember her as Deborah Ann Woll '07. The USC School of Dramatic Arts grad talks about her career and her character, and offers words of advice for USC students.
Lab research from the USC School of Pharmacy suggests that a common anti-parasitic medicine can be used to help people overcome alcohol use disorders. Ivermectin might be an option used with therapy or behavioral interventions to help people break their dependence on alcohol.