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Health, heroes and the #MeToo movement
Health, heroes and the #MeToo movement
A new study by Tulane researchers reveals who benefits the most from healthy eating. And geographer Richard Campanella helps you experience New Orleans like a local. Those are two stories making headlines in Tulane News in Review. CNBC introduced viewers to the five people Bill Gates calls heroes...

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Dec 13, 2017 - Keith Brannon

The bacteria that causes Lyme disease can survive in organ tissue after treatment with a full course of antibiotics months after infection, according to a new primate study of the disease by Tulane University researchers.

Dec 12, 2017 - Paula Burch-Celentano

Nanotechnology brings finer details to metal-based 3D printing.

Dec 12, 2017 - Barri Bronston

A Tulane University researcher is studying why males have more impulse control issues than females, with the ultimate goal of developing more effective preventative and treatment strategies.

Dec 12, 2017 - Roger Dunaway

A new five-year, two-part study on the populations of brown pelicans along the Gulf Coast was recently released by the Karubian Lab at Tulane University. The study charts the birds’ ability to rebound from near extinction amid storms and the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill.

Nov 29, 2017 - Paula Burch-Celentano

Viewers contemplate art and numbers during the opening of the 2017 Computational Art Show.