Frog slime kills flu virus

Frog slime kills flu virus

A component of the skin mucus secreted by South Indian frogs can kill the H1 variety of influenza viruses, researchers from Emory Vaccine Center and the Rajiv Gandhi Center for Biotechnology in India have discovered.


Creative Writing Program announces 2017-2019 fellows in fiction, poetry

Creative Writing Program announces 2017-2019 fellows in fiction, poetry

Emory's Creative Writing Program will welcome two new postgraduate fellows to campus this fall. Michael Marberry has been named the new Fellow in Poetry and Cassie Gonzales will serve as the Fellow in Fiction for 2017-2019.

Emory joins new amicus brief against President Trump's executive order on immigration

Emory joins new amicus brief against President Trump's executive order on immigration

Emory joined 30 other universities around the country in filing a new amicus brief opposing President Trump's second executive order restricting immigration. The brief was filed April 20 in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

Research funding pits White House against Congress

Research funding pits White House against Congress

Any cuts to science and research would slow medical progress, eliminate jobs, threaten the careers of young scientists, minimize our nation's standing as a global innovation leader and compromise other key American priorities.


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Photos: Ebola care team attends 'Facing Darkness' screening

Members of Emory's Serious Communicable Diseases Unit recently attended the first Atlanta screening of "Facing Darkness - A True Story of Faith: Saving Dr. Brantly from Ebola in Africa."

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Volunteers needed to help with Chair Rodeo, Commencement Day

Emory staff members are invited to join in the university's rich history of service to the graduating class, their families and guests by volunteering at Commencement. Opportunities begin May 3 with the annual Chair Rodeo.

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Poets Emily Leithauser, Richie Hofmann to give free reading at Emory

Two poets with Emory connections will present a free reading and discussion on April 25 in the Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives and Rare Book Library.

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'Executing Freedom' examines the evolving role of the death penalty

Emory history professor Daniel LaChance's debut book looks at more than 50 years of shifting American culture and how it has altered perceptions of the death penalty.