Associate Professors Naomi Levine, Seth John and J. Cameron Thrash are recognized for their research contributions to aquatic microbial ecology.
Susan Forsburg of biological sciences is among the first to receive a new type of NIH grant. The award supports her studies of how cells cope with genetic instability that can lead to disease.
The Food for Thought educational outreach program enriches education in Los Angeles public schools using aquaponics as an active-learning platform for themes related to STEM as well as food and environmental justice.
USC’s boat the Miss Christi carries passengers back and forth between San Pedro and the Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies on Catalina Island. The vessel is undergoing improvements.
Matthew Pratt receives major awards for his work finding clues to how cancer hijacks cell biology to thrive — and how it might be stopped.
David Kang of international relations has been awarded a MacArthur Foundation grant to analyze East Asian security issues, defense spending and United States foreign policy.
A key innovator in the field of geomicrobiology, the professor of biological sciences and earth sciences led pioneering explorations to understand the subseafloor biosphere.
The five-year grant to Shang-Hua Teng, considered among the world’s most original theoretical computer scientists, allows him to pursue the ‘long game.’
In a boost for the advancement of artificial intelligence, Henrike Moll and Morteza Dehghani of psychology are the first researchers to examine pretend play and counterfactual reasoning in young children.