Sharks inspire mathematician studying fluid dynamics

Sharks inspire mathematician studying fluid dynamics

From Olympic swimming to cardiovascular disease, Emory mathematician Alessandro Veneziani discusses the fluid dynamics of shark skin and how we can apply them.


Digital scholarship center maps connections between Belfast poets

Digital scholarship center maps connections between Belfast poets

A new website called Belfast Group Poetry Networks will make it easier to understand the connections between Irish writers, particularly members of the mid-1960s Belfast Group, using open-source software created by the Emory Center for Digital Scholarship.

Historian's memoir wins Georgia Author of the Year Award

Historian's memoir wins Georgia Author of the Year Award

Professor Clifton Crais employed his academic training to explore his own childhood in "History Lessons," honored as best memoir. Emory alumni also took top honors for poetry and mystery writing.

Half of all heart disease deaths could be prevented, study finds

Half of all heart disease deaths could be prevented, study finds

Researchers from the Rollins School of Public Health have determined that despite decades of progress in reducing cardiovascular deaths, preventable risk factors continue to account for half of heart disease deaths.


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Emory Law hosts Supreme Court justices from Mozambique

Four Supreme Court justices from the Republic of Mozambique visited Emory Law in June. The visitors shared details about the structure of their court system and learned about the structure of American courts.

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Campus toasts Supreme Court marriage equality ruling

An enthusiastic crowd gathered in the Dobbs University Center Ballroom on Monday afternoon to raise a toast to marriage equality for same-sex couples.

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Employee essay contest winner meets with President Wagner

In a one-on-one discussion, Campus Services supervisor Gerald Coleman shared his thoughts on "What's good at Emory." Read the essay that earned him a meeting with the university president.

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Emory extends support for employees serving as caregivers for adults

Professor Lynne Huffer (right) and her life partner, Tamara Jones, sought help through the new Emory Care Consultation when Jones' mother began showing signs of memory loss.