Meteoroids coming from outer space are randomly shaped, but many of these, which land on earth as meteorites, are found to be carved into cones. Scientists have now figured out how the physics of flight in the atmosphere leads to this transformation.
Series Supports Integrated Healthcare Focused on Prevention Versus High-Tech, High-Cost Treatments
Study of 3 Million California Births Emphasizes Need for Proactive, Coordinated Care for Families Simultaneously Impacted by Preterm Birth and Maternal Morbidity
NYU faculty—including an engineer who worked on the lunar module—reflect on the half-century of sweeping technological and cultural changes that the mission inspired.
NYU reaffirms that our community is bound together
Research suggests that while bad performers are weeded out in large groups, they may thrive in smaller ones
NYU's Neville Sanjana, an assistant professor in the Department of Biology and at NYU School of Medicine, has been awarded a Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers.
Seven Outreach Trips to Underserved Communities Around the World Mark a Decade of Henry Schein Cares Supporting NYU Program
The Asian/Pacific/American Institute has named award-winning writer and poet Ocean Vuong as its Artist-in-Residence for the 2019-20 academic year—a role that will include an Oct. 2 panel discussion.