A recent study conducted by Emory's Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing and Georgia Tech assessed rates and routes of possible influenza or infectious disease transmission during flights.
It's alive! From labs to libraries, theaters to theology, Frankenstein at 200 still sparks wonder and debate
Emory celebrates a cultural icon and classic novel at the nexus of major questions about science, society and philosophy.
Marcus Foundation $15 million gift will create Marcus Stroke Network, an innovative partnership among leading health groups
The Marcus Foundation has donated $15 million to establish the Marcus Stroke Network to help reduce stroke disability and death rates in the Southeastern United States.
Emory College senior Cameron Frostbaum is using his honors thesis research to introduce local audiences to microtheatre, which began in Spain and features short plays performed for small groups in flexible spaces.
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For 40 years, Rosemary Magee helped shape Emory with quiet diplomacy, creative vision and a gift for building bridges — an influence that has been felt across campus.
Civil rights icon Andrew Young and renowned portrait artist Ross Rossin, Emory's Schwartz Artist-in-Residence, will meet for a public conversation, titled "Ultimately Human," on March 27 at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts.
As the world's primate populations dwindle, so do the chances for a healthy planet where humans can thrive. Emory ecologist Thomas Gillespie has helped uncover a crisis among our nearest taxonomic neighbors.
Students gathered in front of the Emory School of Medicine on Wednesday, March 14, joining young people around the country in National Walkout Day protests to stand up against gun violence.
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