Work in the USC Loker Hydrocarbon Research Institute may solve one of the world’s biggest challenges — the clean generation and storage of renewable energy.
The University of Southern California outpaces most of its peers in trying to lift disadvantaged kids to better lives, according to a New York Times opinion piece.
Using location-based data, researchers show where violent crimes are concentrated and how that information can lead to positive results
USC students learn what it means to be a collaborative research scientist as members of a program that focuses on today’s most complex problems.
“Buy a zombie survival kit. Buy garden gnomes. Buy shoes. Buy more shoes.” So says the homepage of Drops.la, the brainchild of junior Shea Rouda. But there’s a critical second step to these entreaties: “… and donate the spare change to charity.”
University of Southern California doctoral student uses scientific know how to develop robots capable of gathering environmental data for marine biologists.
With California wilting during a drought that could last 20 years or longer, USC researchers wade through ways LA might tap a sustainable water supply.