Biology undergraduates at Emory are the first to take a crack at researching the raw data from the sequence of the genome of the whale shark, the world's largest fish.
At a campus presentation, the architectural firm chosen to design Emory's new Campus Life Center outlined initial concepts for replacing the west portion of the current Dobbs University Center with three pavilions connected by a trellis-like roof. Learn more about the project.
Emory professor Ken Ono talks about his experience serving as a consultant to "The Man Who Knew Infinity," a film about Cambridge mathematician G. H. Hardy's collaboration with the obscure, self-taught Indian Srinivasa Ramanujan.
On Aug. 2, 2014, the first Ebola patient in the United States stepped slowly from the back of an ambulance and walked into Emory University Hospital. Take a look back at Emory's impact since then.
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Summer is winding down, but there are still lots of entertaining events and educational opportunities to enjoy -- from creating art "In the Cards" to exhibits, movies and more.
Grammy-winning duo -- and Emory alumnae -- the Indigo Girls will headline the 2015 Emory Homecoming Weekend Concert on Saturday, Sept. 26.
Young poets from around the world congregated for a vibrant celebration of words during opening ceremonies for the 18th annual Brave New Voices International Youth Poetry Slam Festival.
Emory's TechLab in Cox Hall offers three-dimensional printing of objects for a wide variety of faculty, staff and student projects. Items printed so far include models of molecules, kidneys, artwork and much more.
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"Although there persists in "Watchman" an idea of the primacy of the individual conscience, the novel serves to remind us that we are at a moment in our ongoing pursuit of justice that puts our national conscience at stake...."
- Natasha Trethwey, Woodruff Professor of Creative Writing and English, reviews Harper Lee's `Go Set a Watchman'