Can We Learn to Think Further Ahead?
Cognitive Scientists’ Computational Model Shows How Expertise Improves Planning Depth
More Than 80% of People Who Inject Drugs Test Positive for Fentanyl—But Only 18% Intend to Take It
Study reveals widespread use of fentanyl among people who inject drugs in New York City, despite overwhelming preference for heroin
“Hidden Legacies” Project to Collect, Archive Links Between Slavery and Contemporary Institutions
Led by NYU Journalism Professor Rachel Swarns, research will provide understanding of the role slavery played in building today’s educational, financial, and religious institutions
Are We Truly “Inattentionally Blind”? New Study Revisits “Invisible Gorilla” Experiment for New Insights
Research Reveals We Can Spot the Unexpected Better than Commonly Believed
Researchers Modify Drug to Enter Cells and Treat Pain
Altered version of anti-nausea drug netupitant reaches inside cells to disrupt signaling and provide sustained pain relief
Physicists Take the Temperature of Fluid Flows and Discover New Role for Turbulence
Turbulent flows take on a surprising spin in an experiment inspired by the Earth’s core
Crops Evolved by Swapping Genetic Modules Between Cells
Comparing single-cell sequencing across cereal crops provides clues about agricultural traits critical for adapting plants to climate change
How Do We Define and Describe “Race”?
Sociologist Ann Morning offers a by-the-book examination of a vital term whose meaning is more elusive than we might think.
CRISPR and Single-cell Sequencing Pinpoint Causal Genetic Variants for Traits and Diseases
STING-seq provides roadmap to identify variants and genes, enabling deeper understanding of the noncoding genome and targets for therapies
What Makes “Junk Food” Junk?
Study examines how three decades of U.S. policies define junk food for taxation and other regulations