sick man eating soup
A new way to fight diseases? Stop viruses from stealing nutrients

November 16, 2022

Tulane University researchers are looking beyond the immune system to see if the body’s ability to use nutrients at a cellular level can predict disease response and severity.
Tulane professor Michael Kuczynski
English professor elected to the council of distinguished literary society

November 15, 2022

Tulane Professor of English Michael Kuczynski was elected to the prestigious Early English Text Society, only the third American ever elected to the leadership position.
A woman in exercise clothes stops to rest and eats an apple
Is gut health the key to preventing osteoporosis? New study aims to find out

November 14, 2022

Osteoporosis is often dubbed a "silent disease." But what if gut bacteria can help sound the alarm sooner? 
Tulane study on sea level rise
Tulane scientist part of major study on sea-level change from Greenland melt

November 11, 2022

The research shows how rising sea levels from melting glaciers and ice sheets pose an increasing threat to coastal communities around the globe.
Kiwibot food delivery system
Kiwibots roll onto uptown campus, delivering high-tech convenience with a digital smile

November 11, 2022

Tulane’s uptown campus has a new, futuristic food delivery service. The Kiwibots are semi-autonomous robots that work through the Everyday dining app and Tulane’s Dining Services to deliver food orders around campus.
Natalie Diaz, Daniel Alarcon
International Education Week presents keynote speakers Diaz, Alarcón

November 10, 2022

Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and 2018 MacArthur Fellow Natalie Diaz and author, journalist, professor and 2021 MacArthur Fellow Daniel Alarcón are International Education Week (IEW) keynote speakers. IEW takes place Nov