Hydroplane, founded by Trojan Anita Sengupta, is getting attention for its sustainability-focused work.
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USC Viterbi’s Ivan Bermejo-Moreno’s work is helping NASA better predict spacecrafts’ critical entry, descent and landing phase.
The aerospace company’s Accelerated Leadership Program invites sophomores from partner universities into a wide range of engineering and product-focused activities, including access to top-level leadership.
EARTH MONTH: Researchers at USC Viterbi’s Information Sciences Institute are looking at how to reuse existing satellites by giving them new jobs.
Neda Maghsoodi, assistant professor in the USC Viterbi Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, is equally committed to creating a culture of human flourishing.
The co-founders of Relativity Space eye their next big steps: investing in space startups and reaching Earth orbit.
Researchers from the Keck School of Medicine of USC have designed a study, to be conducted during the upcoming space mission, that tests a new way to collect X-rays in outer space.
Sure, the Trojans set out to win, but they also built lifelong friendships — and gained a huge competitive edge as they looked for their first jobs after graduation.
From gymnastics to the U.S. Air Force ROTC, USC senior Natalie Smith built her life on asking, “Why not?”
Satellite Dodona — built by USC Viterbi students and faculty as part of SpaceX’s Smallsat Rideshare Program — hitched a ride on the launch firm’s Transporter 3 mission this week.