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Gender-neutral internet searches yield results that nonetheless produce male-dominated output--results have an effect on users by promoting gender bias and potentially influencing hiring decisions.
A two-step approach with sequencing of 20,000 genes improves prediction of who benefits from immune checkpoint inhibitors
Building artificial Hox genes enables researchers to see how cells learn their location in the body
Ocean Vuong, an award-winning poet, will join the Faculty of Arts & Science as a Professor of Creative Writing this fall.
NYU's “Mind, Ethics, and Policy Program" will conduct pioneering research on the nature and intrinsic value of non-human minds, including those of animals and artificial intelligences.
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Winners include “A Strange Loop” for Best Musical and Best Book of a Musical, “The Lehman Trilogy” for Best Play, and “Company” for Best Revival of a Musical
The size of our primary visual cortex and the amount of brain tissue we have dedicated to processing visual information can predict how well we can see, a new study shows.
NYU's Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute has named Gary Cohn, a Pulitzer-Prize-winning investigative reporter, the recipient of its 2022 Reporting Award.