How do you develop vaccines and therapies that keep up with the ever-changing virus that causes COVID-19? USC Viterbi engineers turned to AI. Read more
The University Technology Licensing Program will make it easier for companies to acquire bundled tech from multiple institutions. Read more
He is USC’s first ever recipient of the Conklin Medal, recognizing extraordinary research contributions to developmental biology. Read more
A network of biomedical engineering academics from across the nation including Stacey Finley at USC are focused on removing this barrier to success. Read more
A team of USC master’s students creates a disinfection robot to use on COVID-19 prevention. Read more
The Center for Secure and Trusted Machine Learning will support research that looks at new ways to secure and preserve privacy in machine learning. Read more
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The Wrigley Institute, based on Catalina Island, is the focal point of USC's research into marine biology and marine environmental sciences.
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"Golomb coding" identifies numerical sequences to enable communication over very long distances, including deep space. Golomb's colleague, Andrew Viterbi developed the related Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) as a basis for digital cell phone communication.
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