“Visionary Aponte: Art and Black Freedom,” Feb. 23 through May 4 at NYU’s King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center (KJCC), centers on the life and art of José Antonio Aponte.
Kevin Wilson, Jr.'s “My Nephew Emmett” and Max R. A. Fedore's “Opera of Cruelty” both won gold medals at the 2017 Student Academy Awards, making them eligible for consideration in the short film category of the 90th Annual Academy Awards in March 2018.
NYU's Institute for Public Knowledge will host “The Big Picture: What’s at Stake in Trump’s America,” a day-long symposium on the rise of Donald Trump as a candidate and decisions as president, on Tues., Nov. 7.
Disasters bring destruction—but history reveals how they can also catalyze community organizing.
The Taub Center for Israel Studies will host a screening of “The Siege of Bethlehem,” a PBS “Frontline” documentary, and a talk by reserve Col. Lior Lotan, chief Israeli negotiator in the Siege of the Church of the Nativity, on Sun., Oct. 15.
A team of neuroscientists has uncovered how our brains organize, over time, our experiences: that is, according to their similarities.
Researchers from a multi-national group universities are working together to save a scientific resource that was badly damaged in Hurricane Maria—a population of rhesus monkeys living on a remote island off the coast of Puerto Rico—and the staff and facilities that support them.
Playdough and Legos are among the most popular childhood building blocks. But what could you use if you wanted to create something really small—a structure less than the width of a human hair? It turns out, a team of NYU chemists has found, this can be achieved by creating particles that have both playdough and Lego traits.