National Academies target opioid abuse and infectious disease consequences

National Academies target opioid abuse and infectious disease consequences

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM) today released proceedings of a March 12 workshop exploring the rise in infectious diseases accompanying opioid abuse, and possible strategies for reducing both epidemics.


Emory alumna channels restless spirit in podcast

Emory alumna channels restless spirit in podcast

Emory College alumna Shelby Sanger hosts an adventure podcast that has gained national attention, including a sponsorship by REI.

Kavanaugh would join one of the most divided Supreme Courts ever, says Emory law scholar

Kavanaugh would join one of the most divided Supreme Courts ever, says Emory law scholar

The nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to fill Justice Anthony Kennedy's slot on the U.S. Supreme Court comes at one of the most divided times in the court's history, says Robert Schapiro, Emory's Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Law.

Special feature: Science on stage

Special feature: Science on stage

Theater Emory's "4:48" promises to be a frenetic yet focused showcase of new works inspired by the human microbiome, performed July 14 at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts.


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Emory trip explores issues common to South Africa, U.S.

Students, faculty, staff and alumni traveled to South Africa for the 2018 Journeys of Reconciliation trip, an immersive experience that examines the root causes of conflict while building bridges around the world.

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Emory's WaterHub earns 2018 IDEA Innovation Award

Emory has been recognized by the International District Energy Association (IDEA) with the 2018 IDEA Innovation Award for the WaterHub, an award-winning facility that reclaims and reuses campus wastewater.

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What the Declaration of Independence really means by 'pursuit of happiness'

As the U.S. celebrates Independence Day, religion professor Brent Strawn says our understanding of "the pursuit of happiness" is very different from what our nation's founders intended.

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Political polarization paved way for Trump, will continue into 2020 race

The widening chasm between Democrats and Republicans has radically changed U.S. politics — and it's likely to grow even wider, Emory professor Alan Abramowitz explains in "The Great Alignment: Race, Party Transformation, and the Rise of Donald Trump."