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News - April 2023
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The 44th annual "Academy Awards of engineering" honored the extraordinary and enduring contributions of honorees.
Topping Off Ceremony Marks Milestone in New Computer Science Building
The Dr. Allen and Charlotte Ginsburg Human-Centered Computation Hall is scheduled to open in spring 2024.
Bacteria Resistant to Last Resort Antibiotic Found for First Time in Los Angeles County Wastewater
Small plasmids are considered mobile genetic elements and transmissible between different types of bacteria.
Her Body May Feel Weak, But This Trojan CEO is Fighting On for Brain Health
No June gloom: Alumna Samantha Scott's start-up, JuneBrain, seeks to deliver the tele-health services she once desired for herself.
First 3D Printed Rocket, Created by Trojan Engineers, Soars Into the Upper Atmosphere
The co-founders of Relativity Space eye their next big steps: investing in space start-ups and reaching Earth orbit.
Like Father, Like Son? What It Feels Like to Attend College with Your Dad
A father-son duo bond over their shared experience studying construction at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering.
Understanding the Catastrophic Impact of the Earthquakes in Turkey
Professor Bora Gencturk at USC Viterbi School of Engineering travelled to Turkey to investigate the resilience of buildings impacted by the recent earthquakes.
Using AI to Diagnose COPD In One Minute with 98.5% Accuracy
Paul Bogdan has developed a new and improved method to detect chronic obstructive pulmonary disease for early diagnosis and better treatment.
Fetal Heart Disease Visible for First Time on Real-Time MRI Scan for Expectant Mothers
Breakthrough imaging procedure can be used to better characterize congenital heart disease and to plan immediate care for newborns.
Giving Back and Looking Forward: 8th Annual Scholarship and Fellowship Dinner
Gratitude takes center stage as donors come face to face with the students they support.
AthenaHacks USC Creates Community
More than 400 students took part in USC's hackathon for marginalized gender identities, now in its seventh year.
The Quiet Revolution of AI on the Edge
AI is running on mobile phones, sensors, and home appliances thanks to the engineering innovations that make the most of the limited memory, reduced computational power, and little energy available in these devices.
Alumna Builds Her Alma Mater
Nhu Nguyen returns to USC to lead the construction of Ginsburg Hall.
Is This the Future of Farming?
New computer science study offers a radical new way to think about agriculture and its potential benefits for farming.
More Debris, More Problems: Building Technology to Clean Up Space
Researchers at USC Viterbi's Information Sciences Institute are building machines to help rid junk from the atmosphere.
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