A Research Letter by NYU Wagner Professor Jan Blustein, published in JAMA Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery, underscores an obstacle to public understanding of research spending on the common condition of hearing loss.
Four women holding major leadership positions in transportation in New York discuss their careers at panel discussion that will take place at NYU Wagner.
Researchers from NYU Wagner and other universities find that “perceivers who do well on detecting emotions in others are also better at discerning the effectiveness of group interaction,” even when observation time is brief.
Leaders of the Gateway Development Corporation will discuss plans for new tunnels under the Hudson River, essential links for the entire Northeast corridor of the U.S.
Rick Cotton looks down the runway toward what's ahead for JFK International Airport as the featured speaker at NYU Rudin Center for Transportation symposium.
Would giving money to Americans better meet the needs of individuals and their families—needs that the labor market too often fails to provide? Two experts take this progressive plan on with CNN moderator.
“Clearly, increased fares and congestion pricing are insufficient to deal with the long-term financial needs of the subway system,” the new report states.
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This new funding from the LEGO Foundation will benefit some of the world’s most vulnerable children and their caregivers, and call attention to the critical importance of learning through play to set them on a path of healthy growth and development.
David Schachter Reflects on Starring in the First Feature Film About the Disease
As many hospitals work to find ways to reduce costs and improve care, a study finds that patients' hearing loss significantly increases their risk for hospital re-admission.