The flu is coming: Are we ready for the next pandemic?

The flu is coming: Are we ready for the next pandemic?

A hundred years ago, the 1918 flu pandemic swept the globe killing 50 to 100 million people. Since then, there have been three more pandemics — in 1957, 1968 and 2009. The next pandemic, say experts, is a question of when, not if. Are we ready?


NIH awards Emory $7.4 million SCORE grant for center of excellence in research on sex differences

NIH awards Emory $7.4 million SCORE grant for center of excellence in research on sex differences

Through a National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant of $7.49 million over five years, a multidisciplinary team of researchers at Emory University is working to make the routine inclusion of sex as a biological variable a scientific cultural norm in biomedical research.

Power and precision: Emory Proton Therapy Center officially opens

Power and precision: Emory Proton Therapy Center officially opens

With the opening of the Emory Proton Therapy Center, a first in Georgia and one of fewer than 30 in the nation, Winship Cancer Institute adds a powerful radiation therapy option to its broad array of cancer-fighting tools.

Promising poet: Emory senior wins national writing awards

Promising poet: Emory senior wins national writing awards

Christell Victoria Roach, winner of this year's Hurston/Wright Foundation Award for College Writers, finds inspiration for her poetry through research in Emory's extensive archives on African American history and culture.


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Your past is calling: Can you ID stone toolmaking 'ring' tones?

Emory anthropologist Dietrich Stout invites you to participate in an online experiment, investigating the human ability to discriminate and interpret the sounds produced by stone toolmaking.

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Punk is alive and well, thanks to Emory class and Rose archives

The Rose Library's punk collection inspired instructor Joseph Fritsch to offer a "Punk's Not Dead" expository writing class this semester, giving students an opportunity to enhance their writing while learning about punk's history and culture.

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December: 10 things to do for $10 or less

With the end of the semester nearing, take advantage of a variety of campus events, from holiday celebrations to an opportunity to relax and unwind with guided meditation.

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Finals hounding you? De-stress with therapy dogs

Students can sign up now for Emory's annual dog-petting study break, set for Thursday, Dec. 13, at the Woodruff Library.