From the Emory Quadrangle to hospitals to homes around the world, thousands of members of the Emory community came together Friday to protest racist violence and recommit to working for a more just future.
Emory University is sharing in a $31 million federal grant designed to rapidly transform innovative technologies into widely accessible COVID-19 diagnostic testing.
Emory political experts say that new election realities in the state mean that Georgia's primary on June 9 is in many ways a preview of how November’s presidential election process will unfold.
After noticing unusual blood clotting in many patients diagnosed with COVID-19, doctors at Emory believe there may be a connection to the thickness of their blood, known as hyperviscosity, with inflammation and clotting.
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Ever wonder about the Fox Theatre’s iconic design? Study abroad last summer in Spain and Morocco helped Rizky Etika analyze the architectural influences of the Atlanta landmark, which reflects both Islamic history and the late American industrial age.
Nearly 5,000 employees of Emory University and Emory Healthcare got more physically active and learned about healthy habits during the annual Move More Challenge – despite the circumstances of COVID-19.
A virtual book club featuring works by Emory College faculty kicks off Thursday, June 4, with Tayari Jones discussing her New York Times bestseller “An American Marriage.” The discussion will begin at 7 p.m.
COVID-19 is accelerating an ongoing trend in cognitive psychology to conduct human behavioral experiments online. Emory psychologists find that while the Internet offers a powerful tool for collecting data during a time of social distancing, it also raises new concerns regarding the diversity of study participants.
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