Bits of greasy pizza boxes, Styrofoam peanuts, apple cores all churning into one, massive heap. Think this is just garbage? Rubbish! Some is turned into electricity. Alumna Julia McGinnis knows that . . . Trash Can.
After death, twin brains afflicted with Alzheimer’s show similar patterns of neuropathologic changes, according to a new study led by USC Dornsife psychologist Margaret Gatz.
The new GE DeltaVision OMX Blaze at USC Dornsife, which can generate 3D images of objects at the nanometer scale, bends the laws of physics.
International relations and political science double major Reid Lidow earns a Gates Cambridge Scholarship for fully funded graduate studies at the University of Cambridge.
Fulbright scholar Jasneet Aulakh, who earned her bachelor’s in history, English and philosophy at USC Dornsife, is in India studying the role of women in local government.
On Catalina Island — and the University Park campus — the legendary Wrigley family has created a kingdom of scientific researchers.