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Powering new research with high performance computing and networking
From the Greene supercomputer to the High Speed Research Network, we're developing tools and resources for researchers who need high-speed, high-capacity, high-demand computing.
More stories about supercomputing and high-speed networks
Using 3D printing and scanning to expand the capabilities of art, science, and medicine
At LaGuardia Studio, researchers and artists from across NYU—and beyond—are seeking out the cutting edge tools and staff experience that enable them to take their project to make the most of 3D technology.
More 3D printing and scanning stories
- 3D Printing for a Face and Bilateral Arm Transplant
- Rain, Sleet, or Snow: A 3D Masks for Face Transplant Doner
- Using 3D Printed Models for Infant Cleft Palate Surgery Training
- 3D Printing Critical Medical Equipment Remotely
- Morehshin Allahyari: Creating Art from Politics, Jinn, and Technology
- Wax to Metal
- From LaGuardia Studio to NYU Langone: Preparing to 3D Print a Mask for a Face Transplant Doner
- Bjork: Capturing a Face
Empowering researchers, journalists, and historians with data
Data Services provides tools that enable researchers, students, and faculty to collect, analyze, and display data in ways that help us understand the meaning behind the information.
Archiving the past and bringing the analog world into the digital era
Digital Library Technologyu Services is helping historians, archivists, and researchers digitally preserve important documents, books, photos, video, and other media.
Helping NYU instructors explore the use of technology in their courses
RIT supports NYU instructors interested in established and emerging technologies that may benefit the learning experience of NYU students. This includes online courses, multimedia, VR, and grant-related research into the potential impact of tech in the classroom.