The navigation system used by rodents is similar to that used by Pacific Islanders in finding their way through the open ocean without a compass, a team of neuroscientists has found.
Symptom Science Study Seeks to Develop Deeper Understanding of HIV-Related Neuropathic Pain
Program Seeks to Provide Relief to Patients, Caregivers Through Educating Clinicians on Dementia Care
NYU will be part of a National Science Foundation-backed coalition that will create next-generation cyberinfrastructure to support high-energy physics research.
American workers’ occupational status reflects that of their parents more than previously known, reaffirming more starkly that the lack of mobility in the United States is in large part due to the occupation of our parents.
What exactly happens when you blow on a soap film to make a bubble? Behind this simple question about a favorite childhood activity is some real science.
We make snap judgments of others based not only on their facial appearance, but also on our pre-existing beliefs about how others’ personalities work, finds a new study by a team of psychology researchers.
Our brains have an “auto-correct” feature that we deploy when re-interpreting ambiguous sounds, a team of scientists has discovered.
Violence has fallen in nearly all major U.S. cities since 1991, according to a new analysis by researchers at New York University. However, recent fluctuations in violence in selected cities point to temporary disruptions in this 17-year decline.
NYU researchers who outline a rule change that would shorten major-league baseball games by almost half an hour while making contests closer and, perhaps, re-igniting interest in the game.