A USC housing expert’s study reveals that millennials have begun moving out of downtowns and into homes as the market loosens and the economy improves. “They weren’t going to live in two-bedroom apartments forever,” the researcher said.
MEDIA ADVISORY: Government Financial Accountability in the Wake of Greek Debt Crisis on Friday, April 29, and Saturday, April 30
The USC Global Leadership Summit is a two-day conference featuring some of the world’s leading economic experts discussing the pathway to progress beyond the European financial crisis.
The Sp7 or Osterix gene more than likely emerged from an ancestral gene family about 400 million years ago, expanding the diversity of life and programming the development of bone-secreting osteoblast cells. Bone-forming vertebrates now range from the tiny frog Paedophryne amauensis to the mighty blue whale.
Suicide rates among Americans are on the rise, underscoring the need for early intervention. USC researchers tested and found high-tech acoustic software can identify teens who are a suicide risk to help clinicians intervene before it is too late.
A USC sociologist has found that school districts are an important factor in where families with children choose to live – giving rise to increased neighborhood segregation.
The Chernobyl accident 30 years ago on April 26, 1986, is the worst disaster in the history of nuclear power generation. Although fewer than 50 deaths have been directly attributed to radiation from the disaster, up to 4,000 people could eventually die of radiation exposure, according to the World Health Organization.
The anniversary of the death of world famous playwright William Shakespeare is this Saturday, April 23. USC is home to several experts on the Bard of Stratford-on-Avon and his influence on literature, culture and society.
A USC co-author of the study says the genetic variants could also be significant for studies on schizophrenia, anxiety, and bipolar disorder.
The University of Southern California announced its support of displaced Syrian students today with a commitment to fund up to five graduate degrees and one undergraduate degree for Syrian refugees.
A new study strengthens the case that a prehistoric disaster serves as a good model for studying the potential impact of climate change.