The future of bioscience rises
Thanks to a $50 million gift from Gary Michelson and his wife, Alya Michelson, USC broke ground on a revolutionary center where scientists and engineers will join forces.
Like the true Millennials they are, USC students put on their first green Homecoming this year. They used their own pedal power — through stationary bikes — to light their stage for musical acts. See more on video.
You can't see them or touch them, but memories are real (especially those painful high school flashbacks). Now a USC team has won a rare, nearly $10 million NIH grant to learn how memories are made in patterns of synapses of the brain.
Physics and electronics drove the great research universities over the past six decades, but the future belongs to medicine, biology and biotechnology. Learn how USC will help lead this revolution, as shared by President C. L. Max Nikias at a major speech before Health Sciences Campus faculty Oct. 9.