A half-century ago, Emory immunologist Max Cooper made a discovery that forever changed our understanding of the human immune system. Now he is being honored with a prestigious Lasker Award for his joint work on the discovery that has helped save countless lives.
While a chameleon can alter the color of its skin, scientists have struggled to make a photonic crystal "smart skin" that changes color in response to the environment without also changing in size. Emory chemists might have found a solution to the problem, documented in a new study.
Alec Russin was only a toddler when he lost his father in the Sept. 11 attacks. Now he's the first recipient of a special Emory scholarship created to help the children of alumni who felt the impact most.
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Candler School of Theology presents "Bearing Witness: Faith, Remembrance and the Journey Toward Racial Justice" on Saturday, Sept. 21, featuring author and speaker Austin Channing Brown and Emory professor and veteran journalist Hank Klibanoff.
Early Emory is the university's year-round preschool education program that provides opportunities for children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder to learn and grow with typically developing children. Meet two children who became best friends through the program.
On Sept. 19, Emory's first Infectious Diseases Across Scales Symposium will bring together faculty, students and researchers from across the university, and beyond, who are involved in interdisciplinary work that transcends traditional boundaries.
Visitors to the Carlos Museum can watch conservators as they work to restore the "Cosmic Man" this month. Learn more about the treatment process at a special program on Thursday, Sept. 19.
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