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The new national competition, with support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, aims to cultivate post-secondary education opportunities for underrepresented groups, using the latest technologies.
Top findings from the past month.
The final show of thesis projects from the Class of 2018 opens March 29, 2018.
Harvard's Margaret Stratford Livingstone will deliver “What Art Can Tell Us about the Brain,” NYU’s Annual Irving H. Jurow Lecture, on Tues., March 20.
Letter Calls for Bipartisan Effort to Prevent Mass Shootings
Susan Sandler, professor and faculty advisor for Tisch's Fusion Film Festival, discusses NYU's alumni nominees and the recent achievements of women and people of color in Hollywood.
New York University's Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at NYU Tisch School of the Arts will host Afrotectopia, a new media art, culture, and technology festival designed to recognize the contributions of black artists, designers, technologists, and activists, as well as convene people currently working at the intersection of art, design, technology, activism, and blackness.
NYU Study Finds Smoking and Vaping Rates Vary Greatly by State
A team of scientists has deployed DNA to create a circuit element capable of splitting and combining current—much like an adapter that can connect multiple appliances to a wall outlet.
Two NYU studies are part of STAT Madness 2018—a virtual tournament of science in which the public votes for which studies they like best in a bracketed format.