From artificial intelligence to drug discovery and from food insecurity to earthquake forecasting, these experts reveal insights on the latest findings.
Second annual awards recognize scholars across disciplines for their dedication to sharing their expertise with the public.
As artificial intelligence seems to be veering close to self-awareness and we reclassify some animals as “sentient,” USC Dornsife scholars discuss what it means to be conscious.
A recent discovery of nearly 800,000 pounds of the banned chemical near Santa Catalina Island sparks new research for an institution that has spent five decades helping Southern California manage its coasts.
Offensive routines, outraged audiences and changing social norms have long been a part of stand-up comedy in America, say USC scholars, who also suggest up-and-coming comedians to watch.
Throughout 2022, 37% of low-income residents of Los Angeles County lacked access to sufficient food for an active, healthy life. That’s 10 points more than in 2018, before the pandemic struck, according to research published by USC Dornsife’s Public Exchange.
Launched early in the pandemic, the Dornsife Dialogues virtual event series — which features USC scholars and other experts engaged in fascinating live discussions — remains enormously popular.
The new practice based at USC Dornsife provides expert research and project management services to government, industry and nonprofit partners in the fast-growing clean technology and sustainability market.
Scholars explain what foods we should be eating to live a longer and healthier life. Good news: Carbs are definitely on this menu.