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Researchers at USC will demonstrate how using wearable technology and smartphones can improve cancer treatment at a White House event on Oct. 3. Read more
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The project aims to accelerate the development of reliable blood tests for biologically based precision treatment and disease monitoring.
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AMI-USC is devoted to research, development and commercialization of new biomedical technologies to improve human health and well-being.
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Globus is open source grid software that addresses the most challenging problems in distributed resource sharing it is used to visualize earthquake simulation data, to manage large datasets generated by colliders such as those at CERN, and to provide access to climate data.