Carter discusses response to Ebola in African countries

Carter discusses response to Ebola in African countries

Education and earning the public's trust are keys to preventing future epidemics, President Jimmy Carter, founder of The Carter Center, told Emory's Ebola forum.


Complex cognition shaped the Stone Age hand axe, study shows

Complex cognition shaped the Stone Age hand axe, study shows

The ability to make a Lower Paleolithic hand axe depends on complex cognitive control by the prefrontal cortex, including the "central executive" function of working memory, a new study finds.

Digital scholarship offers innovations for teaching in the humanities

Digital scholarship offers innovations for teaching in the humanities

The new Atlanta Studies Network website was one of several Emory projects on display at "Teaching and the Digital Humanities," hosted at Emory by the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

Reducing epileptic seizures with deep brain stimulation

Reducing epileptic seizures with deep brain stimulation

When Emory doctors told Paula Moreland how they were proposing to treat her seizures, her eyes grew wide. Implant an electrical stimulation device deep within her brain? But by calming the storms of signals, her epilepsy could be brought under control, something other treatments had failed to do.


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Emory WaterHub celebrates grand opening

Emory's new water recycling center, the first and only WaterHub in the country, will recycle up to 400,000 gallons per day. A ribbon-cutting ceremony and public tours are set for April 17.

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Candler student wins prestigious Gates Cambridge Scholarship

Jeania Ree Moore will use her scholarship to study beauty and justice in the doctrine of Creation, while also continuing her desire to "do work outside the four walls of the church."

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Faculty experts share advice for collaborative research in India

India is one of five priority countries for engagement in Emory's global strategic plan. Four faculty members in diverse fields share their experiences conducting research in India.

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Climate@Emory brings interdisciplinary strengths to pressing world problems

Climate@Emory is an initiative made up of more than 50 faculty and staff from 20 departments across the university, harnessing Emory's strengths to help in the global response to climate change.