August 18, 2020
In recent weeks, President Donald Trump announced a U.S. ban on Tik Tok, an extremely popular application that features short videos where their creators often dance or lip-sync to viral audio clips. Trump issued the ban because U.S. officials have become increasingly concerned that the Chinese government could access personal information about Americans who use TikTok, which is owned by the Chinese company ByteDance Ltd.
August 10, 2020
Tulane researchers are studying what they call the hidden and often unspoken impact the COVID-19 pandemic: intimate partner violence.
August 05, 2020
Tulanians new to New Orleans may be wondering how to see the sights while adhering to local restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s a guide to some of the best Instagrammable views and sights around town that make it easy to social distance.
August 03, 2020
Jonathan Fadok, who serves on the faculty of the Tulane Brain Institute, recently received a $2.24 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to conduct research that will lead to a better understanding of panic disorder.
July 29, 2020
A Tulane University researcher is part of team of scientists evaluating the hazards associated with submarine landslides beneath the Indian Ocean.
July 28, 2020
The deans of Louisiana’s four law schools and several prominent lawyers have joined in commending the Louisiana Supreme Court for its recent decision to waive the bar exam for recent graduates.
July 20, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic can lead to a marked increase in loneliness, isolation, depression and other forms of mental illness, according to Tulane paper.
July 20, 2020
Tulane University researchers are teaming up with the U.S. Army on a machine learning project that possibly lead to unbreakable, secure communication systems, quantum computers and enhanced radar.
July 15, 2020
Tulane researchers are part of team of scientists who have developed a high-performing hybrid solar energy converter.
July 06, 2020
Professor of English Michael Kuczynski of the School of Liberal Arts has published a two-volume set that offers a critical commentary on the manuscript of a “glossed” Wycliffite psalter from the early 15th century. He has studied the manuscript for more than 20 years.
July 06, 2020
Tulane scholar Andy Horowitz, who studies the history of disasters, links Hurricane Katrina to a powerful 1915 storm in his book "Katrina: A History, 1915-2015.
July 01, 2020
June 24, 2020
The new digital exhibition “Conexión: Art and Activism in Oaxaca," documents how community-based projects in San Francisco de Tanivet and central parts of the city are shifting the narratives of human rights and empowerment, female authorship, immigration and childcare in the workplace.