News - June 2021
"A Space To Invent the Future." Trojans Celebrate Groundbreaking of New Computer Science Building
Groundbreaking ceremony kicks off construction of a significant milestone in USC's history: a new home for computer science, focused on improving and benefiting society.
As Water Sources Become Scarce, Understanding Emerging Subsurface Contaminants is Key
USC researchers modeled complex subsurface water flow to help assess the risk of contaminants appearing in high, unsafe concentrations in variable water sources.
Can Measuring Air Pollutants Help Us Combat COVID-19?
An air sampling method created by USC Viterbi researchers has been adopted by the Department of Homeland Security to better understand COVID-19's spread.
What We Know About Water May Have Just Changed Dramatically
Research from USC Viterbi and USC Dornsife points to a potentially strong impact from water purification to drug manufacturing.
USC Researchers Develop Technology to Detect Internet Outages Around the World
Researchers at the ANT Lab use Trinocular to monitor internet outages in Myanmar and beyond.
An Opportunity to Mitigate Student Health Outbreaks Through Wastewater
USC researchers use wastewater to help predict and mitigate spread of COVID-19, with applications toward other highly contagious illnesses like the flu.
NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab Donates SEM Microscope to USC Michelson Nanofabrication Lab
Microscope is changing its focus from space to atoms.
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