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Putting Tumors in the Deep Freeze

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Tulane University urologist Dr. Benjamin Lee has pioneered a new robotic surgery technique to fight kidney cancer using a single incision and extreme cold to freeze and kill tumor cells.

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Time Well Spent for Professor-in-Residence

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Serving as professor-in-residence at Wall Residential College at Tulane University demands a major time commitment outside a faculty member's regular teaching duties, including lots of...

Program Targets Global Health Research

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The Tulane Office of Global Health has launched a global health certificate program that prepares students to work in diverse settings with diverse populations on health issues that transcend...

"New Orleans Under Reconstruction"

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How should New Orleans rebuild itself, now and into the future? Tulane architecture faculty member Carol Reese and two colleagues are bringing 36 experts from across the nation to Tulane to talk...

Life's a Gas in <i>Haynesville</i>

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The Tulane Energy Institute will host a screening and panel discussion on Monday (Oct. 26) of Haynesville, a new documentary that examines the discovery of the nation's largest natural...

New Materials for Better Defense

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Zhiqiang Mao, a physics professor in the Tulane School of Science and Engineering, has received a $450,000 grant from the U. S. Department of Defense meant to enhance research and engineering...

Students, Architect Team Up for Neighbors

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During the recent Architecture Week at Tulane, five groups of architecture students collaborated with renowned Los Angeles architect Bob Hale to create a series of information kiosks for the...

Tell Us What You Think

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New Wave, Tulane University's online daily news publication, now four years old, is looking for reader input. A readership survey is available online through Monday (Oct. 26.)

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Hot Issue: Hormone-Laced Pollution

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Hormones from plastics, pesticides and even common prescription drugs are seeping into waterways and having unintended consequences on wildlife, says environmental studies professor John McLachlan...

"Made in America"

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With a reception on Wednesday (Oct. 21) at 6 p.m., the Newcomb Art Gallery opens "Jaune Quick-to-See Smith: Made in America," an exhibition of paintings, drawings, prints and mixed-media...

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