New WaterHub engages power of nature to clean wastewater

New WaterHub engages power of nature to clean wastewater

Long before Emory's innovative new water reclamation facility began harnessing the power of nature to clean and recycle wastewater for non-potable uses on campus, the system was already serving as a living laboratory.


 Yak dung burning pollutes indoor air of Tibetan households

Yak dung burning pollutes indoor air of Tibetan households

"Indoor air pollution is a huge human health problem throughout the developing world," says Eri Saikawa, author of a new study that finds yak dung, which is used to heat many Tibetan homes in winter, fills the air with dangerous levels of fine particulate matter.

Still Alice: An accurate look at Alzheimer's?

Still Alice: An accurate look at Alzheimer's?

In the latest episode of Emory Looks at Hollywood, Education Core Director in Emory University's Alzheimer's Disease Research Center Ken Hepburn analyzes the authenticity of the movie "Still Alice."

Award-winning suicide prevention app available on Emory iTunes

Award-winning suicide prevention app available on Emory iTunes

A free suicide prevention app called ReliefLink is now available on Emory iTunes. The app, which was originally developed in 2013, is designed to help people at risk maintain mental health on a daily basis, and keep barriers to accessing treatment at a minimum.


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Semester-long Ebola forum kicks off Jan. 26

The Ebola Faculty and Community Forum, which starts Jan. 26, offers a multidisciplinary look at the impact of Ebola on public health, policy, law, ethics, government, religion and more.

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New global strategy sets priorities for international engagement

"A Global Vision for Emory," announced this week by the Office of Global Strategy and Initiatives, promotes greater coherence, direction and recognition of the university's worldwide reach.

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NCAA honors McDaniels with Silver Anniversary Award

Some 25 years after his college football career, the NCAA honors Pellom McDaniels for his achievements in the NFL, community service and work as a professor and curator at Emory.

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Alternative Spring Break trips offer hands-on service, learning

Registration deadlines are fast approaching for Alternative Spring Break trips, which give Emory and Oxford College students the chance to engage in a variety of community service projects in the Southeast.