Latest Stories in March
Migration, Culture, and Activism Focus of April Events at A/P/A Institute
Mar 28, 2019
The Asian/Pacific/American Institute will host events in April that include a Carnegie Hall Migrations Festival panel focusing on migration and music, a roundtable discussion on fashion and beauty in the current “Asian Century," and a walking tour of 19th-century Chinese American activism in Greenwich Village.
The Sense of Water—and Nitrogen: Studies Uncover Genome-Wide Responses that Limit Crop Growth in Nutrient-Poor Soils
Mar 26, 2019
A team of researchers has tested how each gene within the genome of rice—one of the world’s most important staple crops—senses and responds to combinations of water and nutrients.
In New Paper, NYU Researcher Identifies Differentiated Service Delivery as Key to Stem HIV/AIDS Epidemic
Mar 25, 2019
New York University's Vincent Guilamo-Ramos calls for specially tailored, or differentiated, HIV prevention and treatment services for adolescents and young adults, in National Academy of Medicine paper.