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Researchers at USC have created a new hybrid nano-probe that could lead to noninvasive detection and treatment of cancer at the level of a single cell.
USC Viterbi School of Engineering researchers are working to combat opioid addiction before it can begin by using machine learning.

When Tae Kim bought his first 3-D printer nearly 10 years ago for $400,000, he was well ahead of the curve.

“Back then, 3-D printing was absolutely unknown,” said Kim, an associate professor of clinical dentistry at the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC.

A pilot program at USC issues lung transplant patients a Bluetooth-enabled electronic tablet that allows them to log a variety of information on a daily basis, including medications they’ve taken, their weight, blood pressure, blood glucose and lung function tests.
Education gives people an edge in their later years, helping them to keep dementia at bay and their memories intact, a new USC-led study has found.
Researchers are making it easier, faster and safer for doctors to use an emerging procedure that uses radio-frequency waves to burn away brain tumors.
A new technology pioneered at USC may eventually reach an elusive goal for dentistry: filling without drilling.
With the help of fitness-tracking devices, an a USC-led team of international scientists studied how physically active people consider themselves to be, versus how physically active they really are.
The chemical responsible for forming a potent carcinogen in recycled water has been confirmed by researchers at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering.
Students in the Brittingham Social Enterprise Lab project at USC tackle social issues and global problems with for-profit endeavors. This year’s focus is seniors’ unique needs.