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Approach using evolutionary principles identifies genes that enable plants to grow more with less fertilizer
With help from NYU Law’s Center for Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging, Broadway stakeholders have committed to reforms focused on equity, diversity, inclusion, accessibility, and belonging in the theater industry.
Survey of Social Media Users in April 2020 Finds Increased Difficulty Accessing Food; NYU Researchers Developing Technological Solution for Reducing Food Insecurity and Waste
NYU will host “Crossing Boundaries: The Critical Need for Global Animal Law Education,” a webinar featuring Professor Pamela Frasch, who will discuss the past, present, and future of the animal law movement, on Oct. 8.
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A new fellowship pairs NYU's leading faculty with talented students to create compelling audio stories about research in inequality, while also teaching students the skills to launch their own podcasting projects.
Seventeen alumni and faculty from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development took home Emmy awards.
Research on polymer in disposable diaper wastes seeks to reduce plastic pollution
Photographer Wendel White will discuss his practices and approaches to history in a conversation with Keith Miller, curator of NYU’s Gallatin Galleries, on Tues., Sept. 21.
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A new poll has revealed that 80 percent of people feel there are divisions in their country that are causing fault lines in society, with little variation between rich and poor nations.