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First Students to Graduate as a Result of Applied Sciences NYC Initiative
Findings suggest peer group dynamics work to facilitate the transition to injection drug use; increase risky sexual and HIV/HCV behavior
Current qualitative studies on eating behavior do a poor job at differentiating Latino populations by country of origin
A team of scientists has identified the neurons used in certain types of motion detection—findings that deepen our understanding of how the visual system functions.
Vouchers to buy fresh fruits and vegetables at farmers markets increase the amount of produce in the diets of some families on food assistance, according to research led by NYU’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development.
New York University College of Dentistry is pleased to announce that, effective January 2015, it will offer an accelerated, continuous, 17-month, Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree in dental hygiene.
Study finds architecture, interior design, and other physical aspects of their work environments can enhance early-career nurses’ job satisfaction.
NYU Politics Professor Steven Brams and his colleague Julius Barbanel, a mathematician at Union College, have developed a new method for sharing items desired by two parties—ranging from cake to land—in such a way that neither feels shortchanged.