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News - April 2020
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Awards span research from machine learning to wastewater reuse to fluid dynamics and to self-healing materials.
Memo from Dean Yannis C. Yortsos
Competence and Character
USC Researchers Analyze Coronavirus Misinformation on Twitter
By analyzing millions of tweets, USC computer science researchers are investigating how false information about the coronavirus spreads on social media.
Research Team in Race to Develop COVID-19 Vaccine and Treatments
Research Team in Race to Develop COVID-19 Vaccine and Treatments
USC Faculty and Staff Donate Gear to Protect Caregivers During Coronavirus Crisis
As Keck Medicine of USC health care workers seek masks, eyewear and other equipment to guard them from the new coronavirus, their colleagues across the university and beyond are stepping up.
USC Researchers Release Public Coronavirus Twitter Set for Academics
Dataset to track public sentiment and help researchers understand the social dimensions of the pandemic.
5 Scientific Achievements Accomplished Remotely
How USC Viterbi researchers innovated, disrupted, and engaged new frontiers from a distance.
5 Tips to Stay Cyber Secure When Working Remotely
Personal hygiene is important to reduce the spread of COVID-19, but don't skimp on your cyber hygiene.
Reducing the Environmental Impact of Desalination and Wastewater Treatment
USC Viterbi Ph.D. student Sophia Plata, the first woman in her family to attend college, works to meet the challenge of access to clean water.
My Belt Listens to My Watch, Glasses and Necklace: What's Next in Wearable Technology
USC Viterbi researchers develop new prototype to better recognize human activity.
USC Viterbi Researchers Win $2 Million DARPA Grant
Three Electrical and Computer Engineers Will Address the Challenge of Training A.I.
A Super Particle to Help Stop Heart Attacks and Strokes
Researchers in USC Viterbi's Department of Biomedical Engineering have created a new nanoparticle that aims to prevent potentially deadly blood clots.
Researchers Develop Platform to Improve Weather Forecasting
Climate change is making it harder for weather scientists to make predictions. DyNamo helps forecast severe weather events in real-time.
What If Airplanes Could Repair Their Own Damage?
USC researchers 3-D-printed the next-generation of high strength, lightweight structures that can autonomously heal impact damage.
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