Researchers uncover factors in urban areas that affect diversity among insects and spiders — and turn up dozens of previously unknown species, to boot.
USC Dornsife researchers employ artificial intelligence to unveil the intricate world of DNA structure and chemistry, enabling unprecedented insights into gene regulation and disease.
The USC Dornsife professor (research) of quantitative and computational biology is recognized for “distinguished and continuing achievements in original research.”
An expert on bees and other pollinators discusses the recently approved vaccine to protect honeybees from a bacterial scourge and gives tips for helping these ecologically crucial species survive.
Remo Rohs, founding chair of USC Dornsife’s newest academic department, is elected a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Four professors bring fresh scholarship and new perspectives to USC Dornsife.
Scientists in a new USC Dornsife department discuss the mysteries within and moral issues surrounding our DNA.
Tiny organisms in the sea play a critical role in a natural cycle that affects global warming. USC Dornsife researchers discover why and build a computer model that predicts the rate of carbon transfer.
Four professors join the biological sciences, chemistry, Earth sciences, and quantitative and computational biology departments. [2½ min read]