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March 5, 2013 |

Emory fMRI facility signals new era for neuroscience

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It took two flat-bed trucks and a 40-foot crane to deliver the crown jewel to Emory's Psychological and Interdisciplinary Studies building: A Siemens Trio 3-Tesla fMRI machine. It now resides in a new facility that is specially geared for using fMRI to explore the neural mechanisms of our thoughts and behaviors, and for training students and faculty in the technology.

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Salman Rushdie shares a worldview in the classroom

Emory's research and teaching missions in crosshairs of sequester

Emory and Oxford colleges receive record applications for fall 2013

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Speaking on topics spanning literature, film, violence, and religion, Salman Rushdie visits Emory classrooms, bringing unique opportunities for student engagement.

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Emory's Director of Federal Affairs explains how the across-the-board cuts will impact research universities and academic teaching hospitals.

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Emory College of Arts & Sciences has received an all-time record of 17,652 applications for Fall 2013 admittance, edging out the previous high from last year's 17,493 applications.

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Engage Emory

The Lovis Corinth Symposium on German Modernism March 8-9 will explore the artistic, political and cultural facets of one of the most controversial and difficult periods in the history of art. "Anyone with an interest in modern art will find these talks compelling," says art history professor Todd Cronan about the engaging speakers at the free conference.

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