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The Creative Writing Program will host virtual events in November featuring Claudia Rankine, Raven Leilani, and Susan Choi, among others.
Inadequate Staffing, Communication Issues Force Nurses to Skip Important Care During Labor and Birth
Federal policies and regulations to control the spread of COVID-19 could shift markedly under a new U.S. president, health economist writes.
Ta-Nehisi Coates’ “The Case for Reparations,” a 2014 essay in the Atlantic, has been named the “Top Work of Journalism of the Decade” by a panel of judges convened by NYU's Carter Journalism Institute.
New pledge commits to lowering the carbon footprint of NYU dining facilities worldwide by promoting plant based food options.
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Biennial awards recognize NYU students, faculty, alumni, and employees who have demonstrated a positive impact on the world through scholarship, advocacy, and other efforts.
A team of NYU scientists has developed a method using holographic imaging to detect both viruses and antibodies. The breakthrough has the potential to aid in medical diagnoses and, specifically, those related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Researchers use a simple, inexpensive technique to develop a new fast-acting form of deltamethrin that may help with growing insecticide resistance
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Did you know an NYU athlete inspired the design of the Heisman Trophy? And that our archives are home to one of the very first images of the moon? In this interactive trivia series, host Sapna Parikh and the NYU News Pop Quiz team find friendly students on campus (distanced, of course) and through Zoom to test their knowledge of NYU past and present. Watch and play along with our impromptu game show to see how many questions you get right!
Nobel Laureate Paul Romer will deliver a virtual lecture, “Progress Is Possible...If We Are Willing and Able to Make Course Corrections,” on Oct. 27.