Latest Stories in December
NYU Researchers Study Challenges in Transitioning from Residential Substance Abuse Treatment to the Community
Dec 13, 2016
Partnering with Services for the UnderServed, Inc. in NYC to understand that knowing the barriers and facilitators to this transition is key to getting positive post-discharge outcomes
Are We More Risk Averse as We Get Older? It’s a Gray (Matter) Area, NYU Research Finds
Dec 13, 2016
Age itself is not the determining factor in how an individual views or tolerates risk when making decisions; instead, it is the age-related decline in the volume of gray matter in our brains, NYU research shows.
Researchers’ Discovery of New Verbal Working Memory Architecture Has Implications for Artificial Intelligence
Dec 12, 2016
The neural structure we use to store and process information in verbal working memory is more complex than previously understood, finds a new study by NYU researchers--a discovery that has implications for the creation of artificial intelligence systems.
“Art Crime,” a Visual Documentation of Stolen, Vandalized & Forged Works, at Kimmel Galleries through March 1, 2017
Dec 8, 2016
“Art Crime,” a visual documentation of 22 works that have been stolen, vandalized, looted, or forged, will be on display at NYU’s Kimmel Galleries from Dec. 13, 2016 through March 1, 2017.