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March 28, 2013 |

Emory chemistry making new space for mixing ideas

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An expansion and renovation of the Atwood Chemistry Center, largely funded by the proceeds of a discovery of an HIV/AIDS drug made in the building, will transform the concrete exterior and boxed-in labs of the past into the sunlit foyers and communal spaces that reflect the department's vision of its future.

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Global health case competitors tackle problems across disciplines

Tracing a tangled history: The return of German files captured in WWII

Prematurity and maternal education affect early academic achievement

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The fifth year of the Emory-sponsored International Global Health Case Competition featured top teams representing 10 nations to solve global health problems.

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In the latest Book|Report podcast, history professor Astrid Eckert details what happened to German archives confiscated in the wake of the World War II, and the negotiations of their return.

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Emory researchers suggest that late preterm birth and maternal education have a relative impact on standardized test performance.

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Join the Spring Walking Challenge which encourages Emory faculty and staff to get 150+ minutes of moderate intensity physical activity each week. All participants who successfully complete the challenge will be entered to win prizes, including shoes with personalized fitting from Phidippides, movie tickets and Emory gear. The five-week challenge starts on National Walking Day April 3, and ends May 7.

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