ART BIO MATTERS 2018 will bring together scientists, curators/art historians, and conservators to explore directions for the analysis of biological materials in works of art.
The Asian/Pacific/American Institute will host a symposium to mark 120 years since 1898—the end of the Spanish-American War and the beginning of the U.S. “imperial moment”—on Fri., Nov. 16.
$2.7 Million Grant Funds Collaboration to Understand the Role of Protease-Activated Receptor 2 in Chronic Pain Associated with Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Inflammatory Bowel Disease
NYU Steinhardt Distributed Performance Virtually Connects Musicians and Dancers from New York, Argentina, and Norway.
NYU’s Program in Educational Theatre Recasts Peter Pan’s Origin Story with Developmentally Diverse Cast
Adopting benchmarks similar to the fuel-efficiency standards used by the auto industry in the production of fertilizer could yield $5-8 billion in economic benefits for the U.S. corn sector alone, researchers have concluded in a new analysis.
The steps cells take in response to challenges are more complex than previously thought, a new study finds. The work investigates a system relevant to cancer, viral infection, and diabetes as well as Parkinson’s and Lou Gehrig’s disease.
Archaeologist Darius Arya will deliver “Ancient History on Location: Teaching the Past through Digital Media,” a public lecture on cutting-edge technologies used to study the ancient world, on Mon., Nov. 5.
Neuroscientist Wendy Suzuki will deliver “A Love Affair with the Brain: A Story in Two Generations" on Tues., Oct. 30