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NYU researchers recognized for publishing papers in top 1 percent by citations for their fields
Winners include "Moulin Rouge! The Musical" for Best Musical, "The Inheritance” for Best Play, Justin Levine for Best Orchestration, and Lauren Patten for Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Musical
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Featuring the most innovative and impactful research on COVID-19 from NYU Langone Health, Tandon School of Engineering, NYU Marron Institute, Stern School of Business, and the Departments of Physics and Biology
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Researchers Named to 2020 List for Publishing Papers in Top 1 Percent by Citations
A new study examines a leading medical appointment booking platform to analyze and better understand patient choices.
The status of award nominees combined with the level of social connection that they have with members of a judging panel can work both ways towards determining how successful they are--depending on whether or not they are judged publicly or privately.
Fund makes $25,000 investment in a company whose mission is to engage elementary school aged students in STEM, particularly girls.
Models of COVID-19 spread should include the transmission of the virus in nursing homes and other long-term care facilities, concludes a new analysis.
New research suggests that managers may make decisions based upon their firms' rivalry relationships with other firms--and the past experiences that led to the formation of these rivalries--rather than in a purely rational fashion on the basis of current information.
The new research contends that contrary to prior findings, high levels of anger expression actually diminish status rather than boost it.