In physical, as in financial growth, it’s not what you make but what you keep that counts, USC marine biologists believe.
Their study of genes associated with growth in oysters suggests that slow-growing animals waste… more>
It’s not a unique situation in scientific research to have a hypothesis disputed. But finally having visual evidence that basically closes the books on decades of scientific debate is a unique and sweet success.
View USC College Magazine's Fall 2009/Winter 2010 issue online.
From the Dean Fall 2009/Winter 2010
A new year brings a new edition of our award-winning USC College Magazine.
I must confess to a special… more>
Once considered a barren plain with an odd hydrothermal vent, the seafloor appears to be teeming with microbial life, according to a paper to be published in Nature.
“A 60,000-kilometer seam of basalt is exposed along… more>