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April 29, 2014 |

Shades of beauty: Project takes Ethics Center's Mackey from a dialogue to a movement

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Carlton Mackey of Emory's Center for Ethics is spearheading a multi-media art project, "Beautiful in Every Shade," that has become a signature empowerment campaign.

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'Noah' film spurs scholars to share research on flood myths

Research leaders urge U.S. Senate to close the 'Innovation Deficit'

Children with autism suffer more GI symptoms, study finds

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The release of Darren Aronofsky's film provided an opportunity for Ingrid Lilly and other scholars of Emory's Graduate Division of Religion to connect research on ancient flood stories to today's pop culture.

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Leaders of the nation's major research agencies will jointly testify April 29 at the Senate Appropriations Committee hearing in Washington on the need for federal research investments to drive innovation and economic growth.

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Children with autism spectrum disorder are more likely to experience GI complaints and symptoms than peers, according to a new study by Emory researchers.

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Engage Emory

Take the Emory Bicycle Survey by May 7 and you will be eligible to win a $50 Visa gift card from Bike Emory, randomly drawn from survey participants. You don't have to be a cyclist to participate. The purpose of the survey is to get attitudes on cycling and actual and potential commuting patterns, says Jamie Smith of Bike Emory.

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