A world-first method to enable quantum optical circuits that use photons — light particles — heralds a new future for secure communication and quantum computing.
USC chemical engineers are developing an environmentally friendly way to upcycle carbon dioxide emissions into polymers, pharmaceuticals and other materials.
Chemical engineers at USC Viterbi have unlocked a fatal vulnerability in many cancer cells: sugar inflexibility.
USC Viterbi researchers join the global effort to develop a vaccine against the new coronavirus that could halt the pandemic.
USC Viterbi researchers are collaborating with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory on technology to turn carbon dioxide into usable fuel.
USC Viterbi researchers use computer-based models to identify the ways that spores evade attack from chemicals and radiation.
USC expert in metallurgy takes simple, seemingly useless elements to make functional materials out of them.
Two researchers develop environmentally responsible best practices for finding oil and gas deep beneath the Earth’s surface.
Both engineering and computer science programs place highest in the nation.
Excelling as a USC student and postdoctoral fellow, Soonja Choe has led advances for women in sciences and engineering.