Collisions and groundings caused by human error are common, so USC researchers are working to minimize the need for human decision in navigation.
As the world’s energy demands grow, batteries could be key to storing sustainable energy. USC researchers are at the forefront of this electrifying topic.
Michael Wallich, USC’s arborist, keeps a close eye on the trees — all 3,700 of them — that give the university’s campuses their parklike atmosphere.
Noted life scientist, teacher and academic leader
Carol L. Folt will become USC’s 12th president, the USC Board of Trustees announced Wednesday.
USC researchers find that even a trace of an antibiotic in treated wastewater can have dire consequences. What happens if antibiotics no longer work?