Fossil hunters have found part of an ancient primate jawbone related to lemurs — the primitive primate group distantly connected to monkeys, apes and humans, a Keck
Cell and Neurobiology
An anatomy expert looks beyond Hollywood’s depiction of prehistory’s most popular creatures.
Accurate or not, the fantastical portrayals of dinosaurs in movies shape our perception of prehistory’s most popular
Biologists seek Zenkerella, a scaly-tailed squirrel that has never been spotted alive by scientists.
Researchers are on a real-life search for what one calls “the ultimate Pokémon”: Zenkerella,
Babies born to mothers whose immune systems had to grapple with a viral assault — even a mild one — have increased risk of brain and central
Scientists have long believed that the processes required for embryonic development are recapitulated during the regeneration of damaged body parts, such as fractured bones. In a new
UPDATE: Officials at the White House have announced the postponement of Friday’s National Medal awards ceremony because of extreme weather forecast in the Washington, DC, area. Mark Humayun, MD,
Attending medical school can seem like a pipe dream for many students, particularly minorities, but the Bridging the Gaps Summer Research Program at the Keck School of
Nearly 100 proud parents got a glimpse of the daily lives of their sons and daughters on Oct. 23 during an annual symposium at the Keck School
New research by the Fini Lab at Keck Medicine of USC demonstrates for the first time that a natural protein in tears may be key to treating
Once the stuff of science fiction, genetic engineering is now offered on a fee-for-service basis at USC.
On September 19, USC Stem Cell faculty and staff welcomed their