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Amazonian study quantifies key role of grandparents in family nutrition
http://news.emory.edu/stories/2015/03/esc_grandparents_and_nutrition/campus.html

Anyone who has ever loved a grandmother or grandfather knows the nurturing role that grandparents can play. A study of indigenous people in Amazonia, who survive on food they hunt, forage or cultivate, quantifies the evolutionary benefit of that role.

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Emory's vision of sustainability goes far beyond recycling to become fully integrated into classes and campus life.

Emory's vision of sustainability goes far beyond recycling to become fully integrated into classes and campus life.READ MORE >>

Spring courses engage students with new perspectives, hands-on learning

Spring courses engage students with new perspectives, hands-on learningREAD MORE >>

Emory College student research debuts on Georgia Civil Rights Cold Cases website

Emory College student research debuts on Georgia Civil Rights Cold Cases websiteREAD MORE >>

Interdisciplinary Faculty Fellowships provide an opportunity for collaborative scholarship.

Interdisciplinary Faculty Fellowships provide an opportunity for collaborative scholarship.READ MORE >>

'A beautiful find' by Emory College mathematician vies for top science story of 2014

'A beautiful find' by Emory College mathematician vies for top science story of 2014READ MORE >>

Is Emory the right fit for you? Schedule a visit to find out about campus tours, information sessions and potential opportunities to talk with professors, coaches and students.

Is Emory the right fit for you? Schedule a visit to find out about campus tours, information sessions and potential opportunities to talk with professors, coaches and students.READ MORE >>

Inspired by an extra-credit assignment for Senior Biology Lecturer Rachelle Spell's Introduction to Biology course, College freshmen Brian Goldstone and Rostam Zafari are determined to build a faster, less expensive Ebola test.

Inspired by an extra-credit assignment for Senior Biology Lecturer Rachelle Spell's Introduction to Biology course, College freshmen Brian Goldstone and Rostam Zafari are determined to build a faster, less expensive Ebola test.READ MORE >>