Carlos Navarro co-founded Closed Composites, an award-winning venture aimed at recycling carbon fiber from scrapped aircraft parts.
University scientists and engineers aim to replace plastics and batteries with more sustainable, degradable resources for the future.
Cars that run on kelp. Cosmetics made from waste products. An alternative energy model fueled by clean, green chemicals. USC Dornsife researchers are creating innovative new products and businesses to mend the planet and create a strong economy. [8½ min read]
Travis Williams and a team of researchers develop a new method that generates hydrogen and stores it efficiently, and without further polluting the environment.
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.