How immunologist Max Cooper may have saved your life

How immunologist Max Cooper may have saved your life

A half-century ago, Emory immunologist Max Cooper made a discovery that forever changed our understanding of the human immune system. Now he is being honored with a prestigious Lasker Award for his joint work on the discovery that has helped save countless lives.


Chameleons inspire 'smart skin' that changes color in sun

Chameleons inspire 'smart skin' that changes color in sun

While a chameleon can alter the color of its skin, scientists have struggled to make a photonic crystal "smart skin" that changes color in response to the environment without also changing in size. Emory chemists might have found a solution to the problem, documented in a new study.

First 9/11 Scholarship recipient discovers the power of community

First 9/11 Scholarship recipient discovers the power of community

Alec Russin was only a toddler when he lost his father in the Sept. 11 attacks. Now he's the first recipient of a special Emory scholarship created to help the children of alumni who felt the impact most.

Emory ranked among top national universities by U.S. News

Emory ranked among top national universities by U.S. News

Emory University has been ranked 21st among the nation's top universities in the new 2020 Best Colleges guidebook from U.S. News & World Report.


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Infectious diseases symposium to kick off internal funding program

On Sept. 19, Emory's first Infectious Diseases Across Scales Symposium will bring together faculty, students and researchers from across the university, and beyond, who are involved in interdisciplinary work that transcends traditional boundaries.

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'Pop-up' lab allows Carlos Museum visitors to encounter art conservation in action

Visitors to the Carlos Museum can watch conservators as they work to restore the "Cosmic Man" this month. Learn more about the treatment process at a special program on Thursday, Sept. 19.

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Learn about Emory resources for emergencies to be 'Prepared, Not Scared'

September is National Disaster Preparedness Month. Find out what you should do to be ready for different types of emergencies that could occur on campus.

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Carlos Museum to host three-day live reading of Homer's 'The Iliad'

The epic poem "The Iliad" will come alive on campus the weekend of Sept. 13-15 as faculty, staff and others read it aloud at the Michael C. Carlos Museum.