TaBee, a ride-hailing app that boosts sustainability, comes from a petroleum engineer with the environment on his mind.
USC architecture grad La Mer Walker bolsters the hiring of Blacks and people of color in tech by bringing qualified professionals and employers together.
The lab’s Social Venture Coaching Competition seeds four USC startups and gains a wider audience — thanks to being held online.
Ready, Set, Food! — which is staffed in part by USC Marshall alumni — impressed the famed investor so much that he put $350,000 into the company.
Duet — a student-built microphilanthropy startup — looks to connect donors with refugees and their family-owned stores in a more personalized and dignified way.
USC Iovine and Young Hall brings together students pursuing a combination of design, technology and business.
Wellsayer, an app developed by an entrepreneurial USC Gould student, focuses on well-being by helping users schedule and manage relationships.
USC alumni Joseph Dunham and Chris Angermayer have founded a company called SeqOnce with the goal of revolutionizing genomics research.
Stem cell technology drives the research at AcuraStem, a startup founded as a result of the work in a USC lab. (One in a three-part series.)
The USC MESH Academy plans to accelerate innovative projects in health and life sciences.