New and diverse experiences are linked to enhanced happiness, and this relationship is associated with greater correlation of brain activity, new research has found.
Researchers at NYU and IBM Research have demonstrated a new mechanism involving electron motion in magnetic materials that points to new ways to potentially enhance data storage.
Scientists Use Genomics, Archeology, and Climate Data to Reconstruct History of Rice
“Dead Sea Scrolls in Recent Scholarship,” an international virtual conference featuring more than three dozen scholars who will share their new discoveries on the ancient religious manuscripts, will be held May 17 through May 20.
Findings Have Implications for Increasing Plant Nitrogen Use Efficiency, Reducing Reliance on Fertilizers
We believe we are less likely than others are to fall for phishing scams, thereby underestimating our own exposure to risk, a new cybersecurity study has found.
A team of scientists has taken steps to create a new form of digital data storage, a “Racetrack Memory,” which opens the possibility to both bolster computer power and lead to the creation of smaller, faster, and more energy efficient computer memory technologies.
What is “public space” in a time of social distancing? A panel of entrepreneurs, non-profit leaders, and researchers will consider this and other aspects of online civic engagement in a web discussion on Tues., May 5.
An international team of researchers has outlined ways to manage different facets of life under the spread of the COVID-19 virus, ranging from how we can combat racially driven bias and fake news to how we can increase cooperation and better manage stress.
The American Academy of Arts and Sciences has elected three New York University faculty as fellows: Susan Antón, a professor in the Department of Anthropology, Mary Carruthers, a professor emerita in the Department of English, and Gregory Murphy, a professor emeritus in the Department of Psychology.