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A tick used in Lyme disease research at the Tulane National Primate Research Center.
Tulane researchers to develop new Lyme vaccine with lasting protection

September 28, 2022

Researchers at Tulane University recently received $1.3 million from the National Institutes of Health to find out if the same technology behind a successful Lyme disease vaccine for dogs can be formulated with immune-boosting nanoparticles to offer safe and lasting protection for people.

Researchers walk streets on Pompeii
Apple spotlights innovative way Tulane archaeologists preserve ancient history of Pompeii

September 27, 2022

When it comes to uncovering long-buried secrets of the past, Tulane archeologists are finding new ways to revolutionize the field with the latest tools of the future. 

Tulane receives $5 million for glass sand project
Tulane awarded $5 million to find out if recycled glass can help save Louisiana wetlands

September 26, 2022

Tulane University scientists and engineers have shown that sand made from recycled glass can grow native marsh grasses and willow trees, is non-toxic to marine life and can resist erosion better than silt.

Woman salvaging equipment from bombed lab
Bombed labs, war won’t stop collaboration between Tulane and Ukrainian scientists

September 23, 2022

The ongoing war in Ukraine hasn’t stopped a Ukrainian university from collaborating with Tulane University scientists and engineers, even after its research labs were reduced to rubble in the conflict.

Tulane School of Architecture to assist two nonprofits
Tulane architecture students and faculty to assist New Orleans area nonprofits

September 22, 2022

The Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design of the Tulane School of Architecture has chosen two local nonprofits to assist with desperately needed facelifts.

Conservative parenting
Having children makes parents more conservative, study finds

September 20, 2022

 

Does becoming a parent make people more likely to become conservative?

 

Yes, according to a new Tulane University study, which detected the association across different countries and cultures and found that it became even stronger the more children people had.

Omicron variant
New COVID-19 vaccine shows promise against Omicron variants

September 19, 2022

A recent study co-authored by Tulane University researchers shows a new COVID-19 vaccine offers longer-lasting protection against Omicron variants of SARS-CoV-2.

Tulane researchers developing COVID-19 related technology
Tulane working on test to predict COVID-19 complications

September 07, 2022

A team of engineers and doctors at Tulane University is working to develop a new technology designed to detect severe COVID-19 complications.

Newcomb Art Museum at Tulane
Newcomb Art Museum to celebrate two new exhibitions

September 02, 2022

Newcomb Art Museum at Tulane is set to celebrate its newest exhibits with a day of talks, tours and family activities

Campus 2022
College COVID-19 vaccinations saved lives, protected communities, study says

August 31, 2022

A new study co-authored by a Tulane University economist shows how COVID-19 vaccinations at four-year colleges helped save lives within their surrounding communities. Colleges that required COVID vaccinations averted an average of 339 COVID cases per 100,000 residents and almost 7,300 deaths during the study period, according to researchers.