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Engineering physics professor named to prestigious list of most cited researchers
Michael Naguib, the Ken & Ruth Arnold Early Career Professor in Science and Engineering at the School of Science and Engineering, has been named to the annual list of Highly Cited Researchers for 2022 by Clarivate, a British-based analytics company and the producer for Web of Science. This is...
Nov 11, 2022 - Barri Bronston

Researchers recently confirmed that significant sea-level change is linked to the melting of the Greenland ice sheet, and a Tulane University scientist played a major role in the findings. The research was led by Los Alamos National Laboratory and published in the journal Science.  It details how...

Nov 09, 2022 - Kate Simon

Bernhard announced this week a bold commitment to hire 360 Tulane University graduates over the next three decades. Dubbed the “360 Promise,” the program is a partnership between Bernhard and the Tulane Energy Institute, a world-renowned component of Tulane’s A.B. Freeman School of Business. The...

Nov 08, 2022 - Tulane Today staff

Tulane’s 2022 Research, Scholarship and Artistic Achievement Awards were presented on Nov. 4 at the Higgins Hotel in New Orleans. The awards are given annually “to honor outstanding scholars and to recognize exceptional research achievement and impact on advancing knowledge in science, engineering...

Nov 04, 2022 - Barri Bronston

Over 80 percent of school-aged youth in New Orleans report witnessing community violence, including assaults, shootings and murders, sometimes on a weekly or even daily basis, according to the New Orleans Health Department.  Violence is also a common occurrence in New Orleans area schools, with...

Nov 04, 2022 - Barri Bronston

Award-winning neuroscientist Matthew Dalva, PhD, whose research focuses on how the connections of the brain form and are changed by experience, has been appointed as director of the Tulane Brain Institute and the university’s newest Presidential Chair. Dalva, a professor in the Department of...

Oct 12, 2022 - Tulane Today Staff

Oct 07, 2022 - Barri Bronston

Hydrogen is an indispensable chemical for important processes such as ammonia production. But producing industrial hydrogen is often energy intensive, environmentally unfriendly and unsustainable, according to scientists at Tulane University. “Hydrogen will only truly be ‘clean’ when it is produced...

Sep 26, 2022 - Barri Bronston

For the past 12 months, Tulane University scientists and engineers have been working almost non-stop to prove that sand made from recycled glass can help prevent coastal land loss. They’ve shown that the material can grow native marsh grasses and willow trees, is non-toxic to marine life and can...

Sep 23, 2022 - Barri Bronston

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 recently signed a memorandum of understanding with Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute (KhPI) in...

Sep 21, 2022 - Nicholas Mattei

EPISODE 39 - Artificial intelligence is everywhere, and it’s getting smarter. It’s driving cars, screening resumes, monitoring surveillance networks and even helping doctors make medical diagnoses. How do we make sure such a powerful tool doesn’t become a threat? Tulane computer scientist ...

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