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April 9, 2015 |

Climate@Emory brings interdisciplinary strengths to pressing world problems

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From the smoke of open stoves to pollution from gas-guzzling SUVs, climate change is bound up with culture, politics, religion and economics. Climate@Emory brings together more than 50 faculty and staff from 20 departments to address such issues.

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Faculty experts share advice for collaborative research in India

Ebola survivors donate plasma for therapeutic, research needs

Rehab at Emory helps Aimee Copeland get back to her adventures

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India is one of five priority countries for engagement in Emory's global strategic plan. Four faculty members in diverse fields share their experiences conducting research with partners in India.

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In a video interview, Ebola survivor Nancy Writebol and pathologist Anne Winkler explain why Emory is banking plasma from people who recovered from Ebola and how it may contribute to future treatments.

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In 2012, an infection from a freak accident led to multiple amputations to save Aimee Copeland's life. Now with high-tech hardware and rehabilitation at Emory, she is resuming her adventures.

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Engage Emory

Hear and "meet" master composer Ludwig van Beethoven on Sunday, April 12, at 4 p.m. at the Michael C. Carlos Museum. "Beethoven in Bluejeans!" features  performances by the Vega String Quartet and pianist William Ransom as "Beethoven" comments on his life and music. Wear blue jeans or casual attire for this family-friendly show.

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