July 12, 2023
Longtime Tulane supporters Libby and Robert Alexander are donating more than $12 million to advance a university-wide data science initiative.
June 30, 2023
By using A.I. to track fruit flies, identify behaviors, and compare behaviors against their genetic makeups, scientists can more easily conduct research on the insects, which are fundamental to genetic research and understanding.
June 20, 2023
The findings prove that the racial health gap in the United States is a social construct and not a biological one.
June 14, 2023
A look at why blood infusions in trauma victims paradoxically prevent blood from clotting and why a common perfume ingredient may help save lives.
June 07, 2023
Researchers at Tulane University are looking into understanding how inflammatory diseases and dysfunction of the lymphatic system are connected, with their eyes on a potential therapy for people with lymphedema.
June 06, 2023
The new Tulane Center for Community-Engaged Artifical Intelligence brings to together a diverse group of scholars to investigate the role of artificial intelligence in society.
June 01, 2023
The Department of River-Coastal Science and Engineering is adding both undergraduate and graduate programs for the 2023-24 academic year.
May 25, 2023
Babies and their primary caregivers pay close attention to one another, but babies may be picking up on subtle clues that affect their future learning. Could these everyday interactions make a difference in their cognitive development?
May 23, 2023
Tulane mathematician Lisa Fauci has been elected to the prestigious National Academy of Sciences in recognition of her distinguished and continuing achievements in original research.
May 10, 2023
Since the early days of the pandemic, researchers and patients alike have noticed a link between COVID-19 infection and cognitive impairment. Now, researchers at Tulane University have been awarded a grant to study how COVID-19 and dementia are linked and whether a drug used to treat cancer can help stem cognitive decline.
May 04, 2023
A new study that analyzed 60 commonly available beverages found mixed-fruit juices and plant-based milks such as oat and almond were most likely to contain levels of toxic metals above federal drinking water standards.
April 27, 2023
Tulane University announced its new Biocontainment Institute, which will serve as a national and international training hub for pandemic readiness and response as well as help develop a workforce for the next public health emergency.
April 10, 2023
Sea levels along the U.S. Southeast and Gulf coasts have been rapidly accelerating, reaching record-breaking rates over the past 12 years, according to a new study led by scientists at Tulane University.