In a warming world, half of all species are on the move. A new computer modeling tool provides a more accurate analysis of where they’re going, and its findings are bleaker than experts expected.
It’s just another example of COVID playing by its own rules: A USC-led study shows that traditional incentives don’t offset COVID vaccine hesitancy.
With millions in federal Alzheimer’s research grants each year, USC is a national hub for study of the disease. Learn more about this work as we mark World Alzheimer’s Day this week.
An agreement with the LADWP will provide a quarter of USC’s electricity with power from a solar farm in Mojave. It also brings new opportunities for USC’s neighbors to gain access to affordable solar.
A paid internship program offered by USC’s Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies trains students to communicate scientific research to the public. Scientists hope it will get the world to pay better attention.