High School Biology Textbooks Do Not Provide Students with a Comprehensive View of the Science of Sex and Gender
Textbooks used by a majority of introductory U.S. biology classes paint a “Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus” image, running afoul of scientific evidence
Did Neanderthals Use Glue? Researchers Find Evidence that Sticks
Analysis of 40,000-year old tools reveals surprisingly sophisticated construction
NYU’s Jinyoung Park and SueYeon Chung Win Sloan Foundation Research Fellowships
Since the first Sloan Research Fellowships were awarded, 93 faculty from NYU have been selected as recipients.
Hispanic Patients With Respiratory Failure Much More Likely to Be Oversedated
Different levels of sedation may explain disparities in deaths from respiratory failure
Researchers Show Classical Computers Can Keep Up with, and Surpass, Their Quantum Counterparts
Researchers Adopt Innovative Method to Boost Speed and Accuracy of Traditional Computing
Psychology Study Unearths Ways to Bolster Global Climate Awareness and Climate Action
Global Research Team’s Work Spurs Creation of “Behavioral Science” Tool for Policymakers and Advocacy Groups
Trust in Doctors, Not Public Officials, Boosts COVID-19 Vaccination
Harnessing public trust in the medical profession may be key to overcoming hesitancy and increasing booster rates
How Local Governments Can Use Housing Inspections for Health Improvement
Using Medicaid data and local housing records, Housing Health Index offers a way for building inspections to focus where “housing-sensitive” illnesses are prevalent.
The Solution to the Children’s Mental Health Crisis Won’t Look Like ‘Hell Camp’ on Netflix
It actually requires public investment in strategies and programs that have been proven to work. A new book by social work professor Ramesh Raghavan outlines what’s needed.
Five Tips for Outsmarting AI in Your Job Search
Journalism Professor Hilke Schellmann’s new book uncovers technology’s pervasive—and sometimes biased—influence in hiring