USC Dornsife researcher Peter Kuhn discusses his breakthrough breast cancer detection test, which could potentially upend how we diagnose many types of cancer.
The WHO report concluded that habitual use of nonsugar sweeteners is linked to a modest increase in diabetes, hypertension and stroke. But the research it’s based on has limitations.
The mung bean, a historic staple food, has provided cheap and nutritious protein for millions across continents for millennia. Researchers at USC Dornsife are using genomic testing to uncover two game-changing variants for crop breeders in the face of climate change.
Once threatened by disease and predators, foxes inhabiting six of Southern California’s Channel Islands were saved from extinction by the Endangered Species Act. Now, a new study shows they face a different threat: their own lack of genetic diversity.
USC Dornsife undergraduates showcase their inventive method of ensuring sustainably clean water at the International Genetically Engineered Machine Grand Jamboree, a global synthetic biology competition.
The discovery could give scientists a leg up on producing new vaccines and preventing more pandemic surges.
Researchers at USC Dornsife exploring the link between sedentary behavior and risk of dementia found that type of activity matters when it comes to brain aging.
How do you measure a cloud? How do you census a swarm of bees? Machine learning provides insights into complex natural phenomena.
USC Dornsife paleobiologist David Bottjer and PhD student Alison Cribb, along with an international team of researchers, find ancient clues on the seafloor that show how life bounced back after 90% of species died off.