Most households pay a flat rate 24/7 for electricity even though the cost of generating it fluctuates through the day. Wireless technologies are changing that system.
Iridium has been generating light and color for organic LED screens on smartphones and TVs, but it is the rarest metal on Earth. USC Dornsife scientists find a way to make copper work. [3 min read]
As usage of the modern lights explodes, research led by USC Dornsife’s Travis Longcore can help biologists and planners better understand how to reduce its impact on animal life.
The next wave of batteries will pack a larger charge in a smaller size, benefiting everything from cell phones to cars and even aircraft.
Through their two companies, Alisa Rogers and her husband Philip have forever changed the wind energy industry.
Margo Reid Brown '85, director of CalRecycle, sorts through the nitty-gritty of recycling in California and why every person can make a difference.
The power and possibilities of a methanol economy
USC College graduate David Livingston will tackle energy, climate change and other environmental issues in Washington, D.C., with a fellowship from the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.