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Our use of social media, specifically our efforts to maximize “likes,” follows a pattern of “reward learning,” concludes a new study by an international team of scientists.
A team of researchers concludes that a game-theory approach may offer new insights into both the spread and disruption of viruses, such as SARS-CoV-2.
A team of scientists has detected the presence of a high-energy neutrino—a particularly elusive particle—in the wake of a star’s destruction as it is consumed by a black hole.
In a newly published analysis, a team of researchers lists a series of measures the administration should consider in recalculating the social cost of carbon--a cost-benefit metric that places a monetary value on the impact of climate change.
“Pseudoqueens” rapidly emerge after social structure is disrupted by the loss of queen
A team of researchers has devised a method using smartphones in order to measure food consumption—an approach that also offers new ways to predict physical well-being.
D614G mutation, now ubiquitous, increases virus’ ability to infect human cells
Two NYU faculty have been awarded fellowships from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation: Elena Manresa in the Department of Economics and David Schneider in the Center for Neural Science.
NYU Steinhardt researchers Alice J. Wuermli and Hirokazu Yoshikawa, and affiliate Paul D. Hastings of the University of California Davis, propose a developmental, two-generational framework to guide the design of research and policies that better address the needs of adolescent mothers and their children in contexts of conflict and displacement.
A new analysis of existing research by Global TIES for Children, a research center supported by the NYU Abu Dhabi Research Institute and NYU New York, offers insights for developing more impactful studies and programs.