USC Dornsife scholar honored for intellectual excellence and courage by the newly launched American Academy of Sciences and Letters.
From humanities to high tech: how liberal arts majors are flourishing in unexpected fields.
Detailed imaging reveals intricate workings of key receptors, offering fresh insights into combating disease.
USC Dornsife researchers studying a common Caribbean coral’s ability to adapt to rising temperatures turn up an unexpected result.
In addition to sweet, salty, sour, bitter and umami, ammonium chloride may also be a basic taste, according to a new study by USC Dornsife neuroscientists.
Critically underserved students in science, technology, engineering and math fields get on track for success through a unique initiative at USC Dornsife.
New USC Dornsife faculty who study and teach courses on mosquitos, legal philosophy, microbial fungi and more share their work and interests.
As USC Dornsife’s Susan Montgomery sets her sights on retirement (sort of), she — and some colleagues — look back at her more than 50 years at the university.
A transformative gift aims to break down research silos, accelerate treatment progress and bring hope to patients and families.