Three Emory baseball players put together an exhibit on the life of baseball legend Hank Aaron, which opens April 24.
In an annual ritual, graduating Emory University School of Medicine medical students from the Class of 2014 gathered on campus for the moment when they discovered where they would train as residents.
Information systems and operations management professor Ram Chellappa details the issues we face in securing our online and in-store transactions, and why they'll never be 100 percent safe.
Madagascar is a biodiversity hotspot. Most of its wildlife is found nowhere else on Earth, but its natural habitats are being decimated by slash-and-burn agriculture.
President James Wagner delivers his 2013 State of the University overview with a different twist: a walk around campus.
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As seniors test the job market waters preparing for life after graduation, Emory University liberal arts majors are finding the job market in demand for their skills: critical thinking, analytical, and well rounded.
A former pastor is challenged by kidney disease until he finds the path to join the world's second largest kidney swap in history.
Emory University information systems professor Ram Chellappa discusses the issues surrounding net neutrality and how it may change the way we use the internet.
A recent study by Emory researchers suggests that daily use of the drug tadalafil (Cialis) does not prevent erectile dysfunction for men undergoing radiation therapy for prostate cancer treatment.
Emory islet cell transplant patients celebrate 10 years of being diabetes free.
Emory law professor Abdullahi An-Na'im discusses his new book "What is an American Muslim?" and the overlap between faith and citizenship.