Sri Narayan’s prolific work had recently earned him an appointment to the National Academy of Inventors.
Arriving at USC Dornsife the year Title IX of the Civil Rights Act was signed into law, USC Dornsife’s Hanna Reisler worked to help women succeed in science and engineering.
Professors are implementing sustainable processes and using equipment that generates less heat — and that’s just the start.
The formula is simple, but H2O is one of the most remarkable substances in the universe.
New to USC Dornsife, Elias Picazo grew up in California’s Central Valley. Now he inspires students to pursue careers in science.
Findings by scientists at USC Dornsife using cryogenic electron microscopy could lead to answers for neurological disorders from anxiety to schizophrenia and Parkinson’s disease to autism spectrum disorder.
The molecular dance that allows a unique bacterium to transfer electrons is captured on camera for the first time.
Carlos Navarro co-founded Closed Composites, an award-winning venture aimed at recycling carbon fiber from scrapped aircraft parts.
University scientists and engineers aim to replace plastics and batteries with more sustainable, degradable resources for the future.