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December 2015
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Real estate entrepreneur and philanthropist Michael Keston and his wife, Linda, provide $3.5 million to endow, for the first time in its history, the ISI executive directorship position.
Using Ultrasound Arrays to Minimize Diagnostic Errors in Breast Cancer
Biomedical engineer Kirk Shung is experimenting with high frequency ultrasound arrays to redefine current diagnostic procedures
Alumna Thrives in ABC's Shark Tank
Melissa Jawaharlal's start-up STEM Center USA wins hearts and funds on hit ABC TV show
STEM Spotlight: USC Viterbi Computer Science
Interactive events, film screenings and motivational speeches for K-12 Students
An aviator with her feet on the ground
U.S. army aviator, Iraq war veteran and PhD student on breaking barriers and bringing hope
How Does My Therapist Rate?
New Machine-Learning Software Developed by USC, University of Washington and University of Utah Researchers Detects Empathy in Therapy Sessions
Making Cancer Fluorescent
Professor Richard Roberts' research would allow physicians to image, target exact location of cancer cells.
Business Builders
Members of 16 startups - and their mentors - recently met for the kickoff of the sixth annual Maseeh Entrepreneurship Prize Competition.
Two officers, two nations, one mission
Army captain and graduate student recounts an unlikely friendship and one mission that defined him in the Afghanistan War
USC University Professor Selected to Receive Franklin Medal
Solomon Golomb Revered as Innovator in Electrical Engineering
Electrical Engineering Research Festival fuses technology with neuroscience
The Ming Hsieh Institute hosted its 6th Ming Hsieh Department of Electrical Engineering Research Festival focused on neuroscience.
Lighting the way
How materials science alumnus Kushant Uppal brought light to the rural world
Data Science For Cheaper Medicines
Sundeep Pattem, a 2010 USC Viterbi Ph.D. graduate, conducts data analysis to find ways in which to improve the American healthcare system.
Drones Could Do It All
John Gunnar Carlsson is awarded the Air Force Office of Scientific Research award for his work with drones
Mr. Freeway turns 100
A USC engineering alumnus looks back on his legacy and the roads he built that defined our American Century
Upgrade to Quantum Computing Center Aids Search for Quantum Speedup
The USC-Lockheed Martin Quantum Computing Center will be upgraded to the world's most advanced commercially available quantum optimization processor in January.
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