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Viewers contemplate art and numbers during the opening of the 2017 Computational Art Show.
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Tulane second-year students Helen Weierbach, center, and Sian Grosskopf, right, discuss Landen Density, artwork by Katherine Strasser and Victor Moll, left, professor of mathematics, at the opening of the 2017 Computational Art Show. Sponsored by the Center for Computational Science, the annual...

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Nov 29, 2017 - Barri Bronston

A Tulane University researcher who studies bird migration has found that a decline in the number of wood thrushes is probably due to deforestation in Central America.

 

Nov 22, 2017 - Mary Cross

The alumni organization strives to create new ties between Tulane engineering graduates and the School of Science and Engineering.

Nov 21, 2017 - Keith Brannon and Carolyn Scofield

Meet brothers Mead and Marshall Hardwick whose family farm partnered with the Tulane Nitrogen Reduction Challenge to help finalists test their ideas on a 20,000-acre farm in northeast Louisiana this summer. Tulane is offering $1 million to the team with the best solution to reduce nitrogen runoff from farming, the culprit behind vast annual "dead zones" in major bodies of water like the Gulf of Mexico.

Nov 16, 2017 - Alicia Jasmin

Tulane University doctoral candidates were challenged to explain their research in everyday language, in 3 minutes or less and using only one PowerPoint slide, during the third annual Three Minute Thesis competition hosted by the Office of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.

Nov 15, 2017 - Matt Roberts

The School of Science and Engineering’s Center for K-12 STEM Education hosted its 10th Girls in STEM at Tulane (GiST) program on Nov. 11, providing fifth- through seventh-grade girls the opportunity to meet and work with women role models in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields.