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Wearable technology
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公海赌钱5500aaaUSC Viterbi researchers’ work on magnetic induction means the next generation of wearable devices will do a lot , staying charged longer, tracking movements better and more.

COVID-19 research
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would deliver up to $106 billion in gains by the end of 2021, according to a new analysis from the USC Schaeffer Center for Health Policy & Economics.

Researcher Matthew Dean
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公海赌钱5500aaaAmid the COVID-19 pandemic, USC scientists adjust to as they slowly return to important research that can only be done in person.

SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19
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With expertise in areas from artificial intelligence to molecular biology, USC’s is focused on treating and preventing COVID-19 — and moving quickly.

Los Angeles skyline
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公海赌钱5500aaaUSC experts predict the that COVID-19 will bring about, from the potential death of commuting to an increased focus on green space.