Hold onto your hat as we make our monthly flyover visit to the USC Village construction site. The $700 million project, scheduled to open in fall 2017, is quickly taking shape, and one building in particular is offering a nice clue as to what the facility will look like when it’s finished.
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To the moon and back: Augmented reality meets space exploration
Rylan Pozniak Daniels of the USC Iovine and Young Academy is using augmented and virtual reality make astronauts’ work easier.
New flavored nicotine gums, lozenges and gummies rank second among nicotine products used by teens
Keck School of Medicine of USC researchers conduct the first study to measure U.S. adolescents’ use of a new class of flavored, non-tobacco oral nicotine products.
The search for forgotten photos of Nazi deportations
USC Dornsife’s Center for Advanced Genocide Research is the only non-German partner in the first major international initiative to gather and analyze images showing Nazi deportations during World War II.