Anyone over 40 is likely to remember old-school drinking fountains — the porcelain and chrome fixtures dotted school hallways and gym foyers everywhere. Students had to put their faces uncomfortably close to what wasn’t always a clean surface just to … Read More »
Could a new paradigm in digital health treat blinding disorders and possibly also be a conduit for treating other parts of the brain? A multi-disciplinary team of world-renowned researchers at USC are exploring this exciting possibility. Building on decades of … Read More »
“Bend your ear.” “Grasping at straws.” “Kick the bucket.” English is filled with figurative language that makes meaning by evoking physical actions of the human body.
During the past decade, a number of scientific studies have shown that brain regions thought … Read More »
The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) has elected three USC professors to become AAAS fellows in 2021.
The council designates members with this distinction whose “efforts on behalf of the advancement of science, or its applications, are scientifically … Read More »