Stories by Stephen Koenig:
Rare DNA from ocean water leads to microbiology breakthrough
USC grad student brings back dynamic data from one of the world’s most sophisticated research vessels, allowing scientists to grow organisms that have never been found in nature.
Harnessing energy from living sources has potential for new sustainable technology
The nanowire structure and electron transfer process of a unique bacterium could provide a sustainable energy solution.
Tiny probe developed at USC detects cancer
USC team’s work could lead to noninvasive detection and treatment of the disease at the level of a single cell.
With key elections a year away, California panel study begins testing political waters
The USC Dornsife/L.A. Times Daybreak Poll, which predicted Trump’s strong showing in the 2016 presidential election, provides the framework for a new California survey collaboration.
USC Marshall’s top 10 podcasts about entrepreneurship
Listeners can tune in for inspiration on starting that next big business.
Jill and Frank Fertitta Hall opening is a major milestone for USC Marshall School of Business
The five-story building is the new home for the school’s undergraduate business program.