Mark Thompson of chemistry is named a fellow by the National Academy of Inventors for demonstrating a “highly prolific spirit of innovation.”
Mark Thompson and Karl Christe of chemistry are honored by the American Chemical Society for their research contributions — and going where others fear to tread.
USC Dornsife’s Mark Thompson, a pioneer in convergent science and engineering and the inventor of key smartphone colors, receives the 2013 Tolman Medal for his contributions to chemistry.
Key smartphone colors are invented at USC by chemist Mark Thompson, who has joint appointments at USC Dornsife and the USC Viterbi School of Engineering.
USC Dornsife’s Mark Thompson co-delivers a keynote address at the recent inaugural UCLA-USC-Caltech symposium. Thompson discusses his pioneering tiny indium oxide devices that can detect the presence of a protein in the blood of ovarian cancer patients.
A paid summer research internship program created by professors in USC Dornsife’s chemistry department is proving successful in motivating academically at risk community college students to major in STEM subjects at four-year universities.
An unprecedented 13 USC Dornsife professors are honored as AAAS fellows by their peers for 2012. The organization seeks to advance science and engineering innovation throughout the world for the benefit of all people.
USC College's Mark Thompson recognized on Thomson Reuters' Top 100 Chemists, 2000–2010 list.