Clifford Johnson

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Clifford Johnson is a professor at USC (Courtesy of USC)  
  In the world of comics, there’s a long list of scientists who gain superpowers for good or evil, such as Poison Ivy, The…

Don't be intimidated by science! USC professor turns physics into comics

Clifford Johnson is a professor at USC (Courtesy of USC) In the world of comics, there’s a long list of scientists who gain superpowers for good or evil, such as Poison Ivy, The…

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