Viterbi News
March 7, 2019

What Drought?

"About 80% of rainfall in Southern California gets dumped into the ocean." If you've spent any time in Southern California this winter, you've probably noticed something a little out of…
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Podcast: Viterbi Voices
March 4, 2019

Another podcast! This time we’re Understanding the Science of Sports

Check out our latest podcast with Dr. Jill McNitt-Gray In this episode, Paul and Rhea catch up with Dr. Jill McNitt-Gray, a professor in the Biomedical Engineering department and head…
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Viterbi News
March 1, 2019

USC Professors earn $3.1 Million Grant to Support Colorectal Cancer Research

"We will perform hundreds of simulations to identify how the overall growth of the tumor can be halted” In the fall of 2017, a $50 million gift from renowned spinal…
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Viterbi News
February 22, 2019

Startup Converts Plentiful Biofuel Byproduct into Profits

“All you have to do is put the glycerol in a huge pot, heat it up, add the molecule, and voila, the magic happens.”   Every year, the production of…
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Announcements
February 15, 2019

USC Viterbi Student Wins Hack.LA Mobility

If you live in LA, you know traffic is just a part of life. But does it have to be? For the past three years, teams have flocked to Hack.LA…
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Podcast: Viterbi Voices
February 13, 2019

Hear our podcast w/ Prof Trina Gregory about Building Start-Ups!

Check out our latest podcast with Prof. Trina Gregory about building start-ups at USC In this episode, Daniel visits Professor Trina Gregory, the Associate Director of the Center for Innovation…
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Announcements
February 12, 2019

Two USC Viterbi Professors Named to the NAE

"The National Academy of Engineering (NAE) is a private, independent, nonprofit institution that provides engineering leadership in service to the nation"   Being elected to the National Academy of Engineering…
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AnnouncementsViterbi News
February 10, 2019

Researchers Use AI to Detect Early Signs of Alzheimer’s

"How do you find something when you don’t know what you’re looking for?"   Currently, memory tests are the most common method for diagnosing Alzheimer's disease. The problem? Alzheimer's can…
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Podcast: Viterbi Voices
February 8, 2019

NEW Podcast: Blending CS & EE w/ Dr. Redekopp

Check out our latest podcast with Dr. Redekopp about the relationships between Computer Science and Electrical Engineering Mark Redekopp is a Professor of Engineering Practice in the Ming Hsieh Department…
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