Imperial Valley News Center
Los Angeles, California - A USC study of TV news media has found that coverage of women’s sports has barely budged in a quarter-century, despite dramatic increases in the number of girls and women playing youth, high school, college and professional sports.
Los Angeles, California - A scientist with a distinguished career in cancer diagnostics, Amy Ross Ph.D. ’86 was elected to the USC Board of Trustees.
Stanford, California - If countries and farmers make adjustments in what crops they grow and where, then the effects of climate change on the global economy may not be as severe as feared, a Stanford economist says.
Berkeley, California - Nearly every 12 hours, on average in 2014, there was an institutional data breach somewhere in the United States—a record 783 cases reported last year, according to the nonprofit Identity Theft Resource Center. And the dire consequence is that these attacks give criminals access to what security experts call “the keys to the kingdom”: our Social Security numbers.
Berkeley, California - Physicists from UC Berkeley and around the world hope for new and fundamental discoveries as the world’s most powerful particle accelerator, the Large Hadron Collider in Geneva, Switzerland, officially restarted operations today at a much greater energy than ever before.
Cambridge, Massachusetts - The process that allows our brains to learn and generate new memories also leads to degeneration as we age, according to a new study by researchers at MIT.
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