Emory physicist Justin Burton helped provide an "unprecedented understanding" of how a glacial earthquake evolves.
The unique layout of the Winship Cancer Institute at Emory University, with three floors of patient clinics and three floors of research labs, brings scientists face to face with those who benefit from their research: cancer patients.
Emory's Office of Technology Transfer also has developed a group of free or near free technologies that are making a positive impact on a smaller, more personal scale.
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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.
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The Emory community filled Candler School of Theology's Wesley Teaching Chapel for a prayer vigil in response to the attack on a historic African American church in Charleston, South Carolina.
An enthusiastic crowd filled the Carlos Museum Reception Hall for "Here Still/Still Here," a celebration of the 150th birthday of Irish poet W.B. Yeats featuring readings, music and more.
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"Moral leaders from every community, and every ethnic and economic enclave, should now come forth to serve the common good and ensure a redemptive conclusion to the narrative of this sickening tragedy."
- Robert M. Franklin, James T. and Berta R. Laney Professor in Moral Leadership