June 18, 2020
A new Tulane University study has demonstrated the efficacy of upper river diversions as a means to improve river management and reduce the volume of water flowing through the spillway.
June 17, 2020
The gender gap in STEM is one of many topics addressed in Newcomb Institute’s Technology Showcase, a student-produced digital symposium of tech-related projects completed during the 2019-2020 school year.
June 15, 2020
A Tulane study provides new insights on how to modify the stickiness of molecular building blocks, allowing engineers to build materials, like gels, from the bottom-up.
June 02, 2020
A professor in the Tulane School of Social Work has been awarded a $2.7 million grant to find interventions that will lead to a healthier, more resilient Native American community.
May 22, 2020
A new Tulane study concludes that remaining marshes in the Mississippi Delta are likely to drown, given the present-day rate of global sea-level rise.
May 18, 2020
The Tulane School of Social Work will soon offer a dual degree program that will enable online master of social work students to also earn a master of science degree in Disaster Resilience Leadership.
May 11, 2020
Clay Christian, who works in the Tulane Office of Research Business Development, uses knowledge from his PhD in biomedical sciences to write the School of Medicine's Tulane COVID-19 Daily Digest.
May 06, 2020
Geographer Richard Campanella's 11th book explores the West Bank's historical geography and how the landscape and cityscape of this sub-region came into shape.
April 30, 2020
The Tulane Innovation series will feature discussions by leading Tulane experts from a wide variety of fields, offering insights and solutions to today’s greatest challenges.
April 20, 2020
Tulane National Primate Research Center Director, Dr. Jay Rappaport, will serve as a member of a newly formed National Institutes of Health (NIH) public-private collaboration to rapidly respond to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and prepare for future pandemics.
April 20, 2020
Jennifer Coulson, PhD, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology faculty member, and current president of the Orleans Audubon Society, studies raptors — birds of prey — in the Gulf South.