With better evaluations, faculty could more accurately refine their undergraduate teaching methods. [2¾ min read]
Building on a long-time relationship, USC and biotechnology giant Amgen team up to establish a cryo-electron microscopy core facility at USC’s University Park campus. [4½ min read]
As part of USC’s Project Restart, many researchers have been allowed to return to their labs. Now, they’re figuring out how to conduct research in the COVID-19 era. [4½ min read]
A USC Dornsife chemistry professor’s bet on a student proposal leads to new understanding of what defines a metal — and lands the cover of Science. [4½ min read]
USC Dornsife announces an expanded focus for the USC Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies that leverages social sciences to ensure sustainable solutions are embraced. [4 min read]
Supported by coveted and competitive Department of Defense Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI) grants, three USC Dornsife researchers collaborate as part of multi-institutional teams.
A two-year program aims to train innovative thinkers and solve life-sciences problems by encouraging collaboration across chemistry and biology disciplines.
Bradforth will coordinate strategic planning efforts for the natural sciences and mathematics, and will help support and enhance both research and education in basic science at USC.
Matthew Pratt receives major awards for his work finding clues to how cancer hijacks cell biology to thrive — and how it might be stopped.