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Jan. 9, 2014 |

More events: Music, service, speeches celebrate King

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Special events to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy include a speech by a civil rights icon, a concert and volunteer service opportunities.

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Trethewey explores poetry as 'alternative medicine'

Nanoparticles could become powerful tool to prevent cancer

Black aesthetics will be the focus of NEH summer institute

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U.S. Poet Laureate and Emory Professor Natasha Trethewey explores how poetry intersects with the world of medicine on the PBS NewsHour's "Where Poetry Lives" series Thursday, Jan. 9.

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Researchers at the Winship Cancer Institute have discovered that using nanotechnology could one day significantly affect cancer prevention.

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University teachers and scholars have the opportunity to examine the past, present and future of black aesthetics through a new summer institute at Emory.

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