Category: Science & Research

Using donated Scott family papers, University commemorates Apollo 15’s 50th anniversary with immersive learning hub

Fifty years ago, while traveling 250,000 miles above the Earth, Apollo 15 Commander David Scott did not have an advanced computer to rely on to make calculations. Rather, David Scott and his team had to memorize information written in hard bound books, essentially being their own computer.   The Apollo 15 crew leaves the transfer van [...]

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Masks still required indoors, proof of vaccination submission deadline approaches for returning students

The mask requirement for indoor spaces on Emory University’s campus remains in place, and its removal date is still unknown, Associate Vice President and Executive Director for COVID-19 Response and Recovery Amir St. Clair said in a July 7 interview with the Wheel. St. Clair cited the increased risk of COVID-19 transmission indoors, waiting for [...]

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Goizueta Business School, LGBTQ Institute establish multi-year research partnership

The Goizueta Business School and the LGBTQ Institute at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights will collaborate to research and help address LGBTQ-related issues impacting people living in Southern states for the LGBTQ Institute/Emory Southern Survey 2021 cycle. This will be a second iteration of a similar survey conducted through a partnership between [...]

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End of Year Research Roundup: NIH Grants, Emory Drug Licensed in India

Emory University has received numerous research awards and grants this year, including an award from the Lupus Research Alliance and grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The University has also engaged in research for treatments and vaccines against COVID-19. The Wheel has provided summaries of  significant developments from the past few months.   Whitehead [...]

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