Emory's traveling exhibit on black art and activism inspires Atlanta students

Emory's traveling exhibit on black art and activism inspires Atlanta students

A team at Emory is helping get educational materials out of the library and into the community through "Speak What Must Be Spoken," a traveling exhibition now on display at Drew Charter School. The opening celebration included music, art and a barber-shop skit written by students, all sparked by the exhibit.


EPA begins soil cleanup in Atlanta neighborhood, sparked by Emory research

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EPA begins soil cleanup in Atlanta neighborhood, sparked by Emory research

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has started digging up soil contaminated with lead in west Atlanta, after an Emory University team headed by Eri Saikawa discovered the problem in 2018.

Emory mathematician ignites acclaim for one of year's top discoveries

Emory mathematician ignites acclaim for one of year's top discoveries

Discover Magazine names Emory mathematician Hao Huang's proof of the sensitivity conjecture one of the "Top 50 Science Stories That Matter" for 2019 and Popular Mechanics calls it one of "The 10 Biggest Math Breakthroughs" of the year.

What you should know about the new coronavirus

What you should know about the new coronavirus

Following the recent coronavirus outbreak, Emory infectious diseases and travel medicine experts aim to educate the public in safety precautions and are often on the front lines when viral outbreaks occur.


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'Embodied' celebrates the interplay between health and the arts

Arts at Emory and the Center for the Study of Human Health partner to present "Embodied," a semester-long exploration of the intersection of well-being and creative expression.

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International Awards highlight Emory’s global impact

Meet the recipients of Emory's 2019-2020 International Awards, celebrating the extraordinary work of a faculty member, an international alumnus and a staff member in the global community.

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Emory biologist receives grant for male contraceptive research

Biology professor Steven L'Hernault is working to develop a platform to use nematode worms to screen for male contraceptive candidates that block the binding of sperm and egg.

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Healthy Emory helps employees focus on well-being

The Healthy New YOU Expo returned Thursday, Jan. 9, with more than 1,500 Emory employees enjoying exhibits and demonstrations centered on healthier living. See photos and learn about ongoing wellness programs at Emory.