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Upland Junior High School students cheered on their entry in a USC Viterbi School of Engineering-sponsored botball tournament for middle school students.
Prem Natarajan has been appointed as the new executive director of the USC Viterbi School of Engineering’s Information Sciences Institute.
Growing up, Jose Araujo hadn’t ever considered going to graduate school — for the simple reason that he didn’t know it existed.
Medical scientists at USC have bred a first-of-its-kind mouse model that possesses an immune response system more like that of a human’s. The discovery makes way for quicker and more cost-effective development of next-generation drugs to treat human diseases, such as cancer, diabetes and tuberculosis.
Technology media and industry experts receive a peek at the future and more at “GLIMPSE: A Digital Technology Showcase,” an exclusive event held at USC.
Phil Owen, along with dozens of other reporters, stood in line for an exclusive chance to try out the latest innovations in technology at “GLIMPSE: A Digital Technology Showcase,” a daylong tech event at USC.
Hollywood magic isn’t just about eye-popping special effects. Paul Debevec knows a thing or two about those: he earned a Scientific and Engineering Academy Award for his digital animation work on Avatar.
A script didn’t exist when Alex McDowell started to create the Washington, D.C., of the future for Steven Spielberg’s Minority Report.
Pinchas Gutter, a survivor of the Buchenwald camp during the Holocaust, sat in an armchair surrounded by hundreds of LED lights.
In the gaming world, mega-franchises dominated by high-powered weaponry and high-speed chases have long dominated the marketplace.