New 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
NYU Researchers Among the World’s Most Cited
Twenty-two faculty recognized for publishing papers in top 1% by citations for their fields
Online Course Informs Urban Planners in the Global South, Where Cities Are Densifying and Expanding Rapidly
NYU Marron Institute provides municipal authorities with practical techniques for managing population growth amid climate change
New Compound Outperforms Pain Drug by Indirectly Targeting Calcium Channels
Researchers identify a small molecule that inhibits four types of pain in preclinical studies
How Social Work Researchers are Developing Culturally Specific Interventions to Assist Youth of Color in Despair
NYU Silver Dean Michael Lindsey and colleagues investigate suicide risk among Black and Latinx adolescents
Studies Illustrate Moderate Awareness—and Room for Growth—with New 988 Lifeline
Public survey and social media analysis provide insight into knowledge and use of the lifeline
Did Nature Have a Hand in the Formation of the Great Sphinx?
Researchers turn to erosion in exploring the role natural elements had in building an architectural wonder.
Fighting Child Poverty, One Hard-Boiled Egg at a Time
School children’s nutritional status improved, as seen in changes in their height, weight, and body mass in less-developed villages in China, NYU study finds.
Can AI Grasp Related Concepts After Learning Only One?
Research Shows New Promise for “Compositional Generalization”
Courant's Lerrel Pinto Wins Packard Foundation Fellowship
Computer Science Professor Aims to Enhance Robots’ “General-Purpose Intelligence”