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(Photo/Courtesy of Dominic De La Torre)

Being There

January 18, 2024

While his friends went to high school football games, biomedical engineering student Dominic De La Torre cared for his ailing grandmother. He has no regrets.

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The MADLab uses sewing, embroidery and lasers to create sensors and wearables. Image/Greta Harrison

Medical Wearables are All Sewn Up

November 20, 2023

Researchers in the Alfred E. Mann Department of Biomedical Engineering use embroidery and lasers to create affordable, cutting-edge sensors for wearables and personalized healthcare.

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PROFESSOR LONGWEI LIU [PHOTO COURTESY OF SHANSHAN QIN]

Illiuminating Cancer

November 20, 2023

Longwei Liu joins USC Viterbi and the Wang Lab to uncover the secret interactions between immune cells and cancer cells with the help of fluorescent trackers.

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Edge computing

The Quiet Revolution of AI on the Edge

April 10, 2023

AI is running on mobile phones, sensors, and home appliances thanks to the engineering innovations that make the most of the limited memory, reduced computational power, and little energy available in these devices.