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Nicholas Sandoval part of clean energy grant from U.S. Department of Energy
Tulane wins share of $35 million Department of Energy clean energy grant

June 09, 2021

Tulane University will team up with the University of Delaware on one of 15 U.S. Department of Energy projects designed to advance new technologies to decarbonize the biorefining processes used to convert organic material into fuel.

Nassir Marrouche
Tulane to launch multicenter drug study to improve outcomes after atrial fibrillation procedures

June 09, 2021

Tulane University will lead a multicenter clinical trial to study whether atrial fibrillation (AFib) patients who undergo cardiac ablation to correct an irregular heart rhythm have better long-term outcomes when taking an anti-arrhythmic drug.

Professor Keith Clay studies cicadas.
Tulane professor has the latest buzz on cicadas

June 09, 2021

When biologist Keith Clay came to Tulane University in 2018, he brought with him his expertise on periodical cicadas, the noisy bug that has emerged by the billions after 17 years underground.

Architecture graduate wins City Park design competition
Tulane architecture graduate wins Singing Oak competition

June 06, 2021

A recent Tulane architecture graduate hopes her winning design to protect an iconic City Park oak tree becomes a reality.

Oliver Sartor
Molecularly targeted radiation therapy extends survival for patients with advanced prostate cancer

June 03, 2021

A new cancer treatment that uses engineered radioactive molecules to target prostate cancer cells and inhibit tumor growth extended survival for patients with advanced prostate cancer, according to newly announced results of the VISION trial.

A Studio in the Woods at Tulane receives NEA grant
A Studio in the Woods awarded grant from the National Endowment for the Arts

May 27, 2021

A Studio in the Woods has been awarded a NEA grant designed to integrate arts and culture into activities that strengthen communities economically, physically and socially.

 

YiPing Chen is chair of the Department of Cell and Molecular Biology in the Tulane School of Science and Engineering.
Tulane scientist wins prestigious international award

May 26, 2021

A Tulane professor has won a prestigious Distinguished Scientist award from the International Association of Dental Research

Tulane researcher studying hate crimes against Asian Americans
Tulane researcher launches survey to study hate crimes against Asian Americans

May 25, 2021

A Tulane University researcher has launched a study to gauge the extent of hate and hate crimes against Asian Americans.

Tulane Commencement 2021
Keynote speaker Ruby Bridges encourages Tulane’s Class of 2021 to look to a brighter future

May 22, 2021

Tulane University saluted the Class of 2021 with a virtual Unified Commencement on Saturday featuring civil rights icon Ruby Bridges and all the hallmarks of a classic Tulane graduation — inspiring speakers, rousing musical performances and a New Orleans second-line sendoff.  

Silicon Valley Bank is donating $1 million to provide full scholarships to Tulane undergraduate students who are in financial need.
Silicon Valley Bank gives Tulane $1 million for full scholarships to undergraduates in need

May 20, 2021

Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) is donating $1 million to provide full scholarships to Tulane University undergraduates who are in financial need.