Four NYU faculty have been awarded fellowships from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
Study Calls for Improved Labeling of Toddler Drinks, Which Lack the Oversight of Infant Formulas
A new Wagner School study suggests that nursing homes ignore residents’ hearing loss.
Our trust in strangers is dependent on their resemblance to others we’ve previously known, finds a new study by a team of psychology researchers.
Infants recognize that speech in a language not their own is used for communication, finds an NYU psychology study.
$3.7 Million Grant Funds Collaboration to Understand Oral Cancer Pain, Ultimately Develop New Therapies
NYU’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute’s First Amendment Watch explores the history of symbolic protest with “From Liberty Tree to Taking a Knee: America’s Founding Era Sheds Light on the NFL Controversy.”
Study in Ukraine Identifies Targeted, Cost-effective Approach to HIV Testing
Mice with the genetic defect that causes Fragile X syndrome learn and remember normally, but show an inability to learn new information that contradicts what they initially learned, shows a new study by a team of neuroscientists.
Neurons in mice afflicted with the genetic defect that causes Fragile X syndrome appear similar to those in healthy mice, but these neurons fail to interact normally, resulting in the long-known cognitive impairments.