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NYU Steinhardt’s Ikuko Acosta and Marygrace Berberian are the 2020 recipients of the Rawley Silver Research Award from the American Art Therapy Association.
Kristie Patten is being recognized for her critical work in “Strength-Based and Client-Directed Occupational Therapy Practice.”
NYU Steinhardt’s piano studies program will host Beethoven The Contemporary – a virtual festival commemorating the 250th anniversary of Ludwig van Beethoven’s birth.
Anthropologist Rayna Rapp will discuss the growth of genetic testing in reproduction in a virtual lecture, Wed., Nov. 11.
Using Gene Sequencing and Machine Learning, NYU Researchers Discover New Types of Neurons, Find That Gene Expression is More Diverse During Development
Significant improvements seen in three preconception health indicators.
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.
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As November 3 approaches, new tools help uncover some shadowy secrets—from YouTube's role in radicalization to the hidden trackers on your favorite websites.
Disdain for the opposing political party now outweighs affection for one’s own party, shows a new analysis by a multidisciplinary team of researchers.