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NYU scientists have uncovered how heavy, motorized objects climb steep slopes—a newly discovered mechanism that also mimics how rock climbers navigate inclines.
A valve invented by engineer Nikola Tesla a century ago is not only more functional than previously realized, but also has other potential applications today, a team of researchers has found.
Four New York University faculty have been elected to the National Academy of Sciences: Marisa Carrasco, Yann LeCun, Kathryn J. Moore, and Adam Przeworski.
The New York Times' Cade Metz and NYU's Yann LeCun will discuss Metz’s "Genius Makers: The Mavericks Who Brought AI to Google, Facebook, and the World"--April 9
A team of scientists, backed by a $10 million grant from Schmidt Futures, will work to enhance climate-change projections by improving climate simulations using artificial intelligence.
Birds breathe with greater efficiency than humans due to the structure of their lungs—looped airways that facilitate air flows that go in one direction.
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.
Online searches for mobile and isolated activities can help to predict later surges and declines in COVID-19 cases, a team of researchers has found.
Online searches for yard signs showing support for Joe Biden outpace those for Donald Trump yard signs, shows a new analysis by researchers at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences.
President Donald Trump received more Twitter mentions, and a greater increase of positive mentions, relative to former Vice President Joe Biden in an analysis of online activity related to the second presidential debate.