August 22, 2017
A new book by Karissa Haugeberg, assistant professor in the Tulane School of Liberal Arts, sheds light on women activists’ peaceful and violent work against abortion from the 1960s through the 1990s.
August 15, 2017
Tulane professors Nathan Morrow and Nancy Mock used mobile phone technology to track Somalians’ responses to drought, famine and other hardships in a model that’s now spreading in that country.
August 08, 2017
Two Tulane researchers are among nine scientists nationwide awarded Science Policy Fellowships through the Gulf Research Program.
August 02, 2017
Tulane and three other universities will share in a $41.7 million grant from the National Science Foundation to study ways to lower the cost of drugs for illnesses such as Crohn’s, breast cancer and multiple sclerosis.
August 01, 2017
The Tulane University School of Science and Engineering has created a first-of-its-kind academic department dedicated to research and education in river-coastal issues.
August 01, 2017
Negative campaign ads, a staple of modern elections, may hurt female candidates, especially Democrats, more than men, particularly when they accuse women of not following feminine stereotypes, according to a new study co-authored by a Tulane University researcher.
July 25, 2017
If the world is becoming a less violent place, why does it seem like crime in America is worsening? Tulane political science professor Geoff Dancy says America’s avoidance of human rights is to blame.
July 24, 2017
A recent discovery by a team of researchers led by Tulane University advances fundamental knowledge that could one day lead to more energy-efficient computers, televisions, cell phones and other electronics.