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Tiny strips of paper inform the direction of microfilm preservation.

Working together on the sixth floor of Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, Tulane senior Kat Kohrs, right, and Katheryn Warzak retrieve and analyze A-D strips buried in the university’s microfilm collection. A-D strips are dye-coated paper strips that detect and measure the severity of acetate...

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Mar 20, 2018 - New Wave staff

Tulane Medical Center is one of the first hospitals in Greater New Orleans to offer the new Micra Transcatheter Pacing System, a pacemaker that can present fewer complications than traditional kinds of pacemakers. It is the smallest pacemaker available for bradycardia.

Mar 20, 2018 - Keith Brannon

On any given day, 20 percent of Americans account for nearly half of U.S. diet-related greenhouse gas emissions.  High levels of beef consumption are largely responsible for this, according to a new study published in the journal Environmental Research Letters by researchers at Tulane University and the University of Michigan.

Mar 13, 2018 - Dee Boling

A study that sheds light on how mosquitoes metabolize blood could help scientists find effective ways to control mosquito populations.

Mar 13, 2018 - Photo by Paula Burch-Celentano

Students analyze stone tools to learn about the types of materials used by people in past civilizations. 

Mar 13, 2018 - Jake Ward

Hannah Craig, a public health and environmental studies major, used her volunteer experiences with refugees in Chile, the United States and Greece to complement her honors thesis, which is an analysis of literature about sexual violence against refugee women.