Najmedin Meshkati

University of Southern California

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Professor of Engineering at the University of Southern California

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Saturday morning, one of  Metro's Expo Line trains was hit  by a Hyundai sedan in Exposition Park near the campus of USC.

Recent Crash Puts LA's Expanding Rail Lines under Scrutiny

Saturday morning, one of Metro's Expo Line trains was hit by a Hyundai sedan in Exposition Park near the campus of USC.

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USC Engineering Professor Najmedin Meshkati is not opposed to nuclear power, but he says the "safety culture" at nuclear power plants is deteriorating.

San Onofre's 'Safety Culture'

USC Engineering Professor Najmedin Meshkati is not opposed to nuclear power, but he says the "safety culture" at nuclear power plants is deteriorating.

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