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January 13th, 2004

Double Vision: Hybrid Medical Imaging Technology May Shed New Light on Cancer

Researchers combine two types of imaging methods to give doctors a clearer picture of the inside of living bodies August 13, 2012 — Scientists from USC and Washington University in St. Louis have developed a new type of medical imaging that gives doctors a new look at live internal organs. The imaging combines two existing […]

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January 13th, 2004

PHOTO OP: USC to Break Ground on Uytengsu Aquatics Center

WHAT: USC will host a groundbreaking for its new Uytengsu Aquatics Center, funded in part by a generous $8 million gift by former USC swim team captain Fred Uytengsu, ’83. The gift is the largest ever made to the USC athletic department by a former student-athlete. USC’s McDonald’s Olympic Swim Stadium was opened in 1983 […]

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January 13th, 2004

Northridge Earthquake Anniversary

THOMAS HENYEY, USC earth sciences professor and former director of the Southern California Earthquake Center, is an expert on the San Andreas fault and earthquake hazards and predictions. Contact: (213) 740-5832 or henyey@usc.edu. JAMES DOLAN, USC associate professor of earth sciences, is an expert in the geology of major fault systems around the world. Contact: […]

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January 13th, 2004

April 29 USC Annenberg Fellows R&D Showcase

You don’t have to penetrate a Microsoft bunker in Redmond, Wash. to find out what may be coming after Apple’s iPad, or to learn about the newest trends in 3D graphics, serious games and smartphones. WHAT: The second annual Annenberg Graduate Fellow Symposium, presenting multimedia research and development from USC’s most talented graduate students in […]

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