Gel Treats Gum Disease by Fighting Inflammation
Targeted topical therapy offers promise as at-home treatment
NYU’s Center for Quantum Information Physics, IBM Quantum Join Up to Train Tomorrow’s Pioneers in Cutting-Edge Research
Program Will Include Conducting Joint Research in Quantum Information Physics
Can We Reduce Partisan Animosity? New Analysis Finds Promise in Previous Research
Highlighting Commonalities, Reducing Extremist Voices in the News Media Among Ways to Help Overcome Division
Teens Become More Exploratory With Age—A Behavior Linked to Greater Social Connectivity and Psychological Well-Being
Teenagers become more exploratory in their behaviors with age, becoming increasingly likely to visit new places over time.
Earliest Gibbon Fossil Found in Southwest China
A team of scientists has discovered the earliest gibbon fossil--a finding that fills a gap in the evolutionary history of apes.
YouTube More Likely to Direct Election-Fraud Videos to Users Already Skeptical about 2020 Election’s Legitimacy
YouTube was more likely to recommend videos about election fraud to users who were already skeptical about the legitimacy of the 2020 U.S. presidential election.
Nursing Home Staffing is Worse in Disadvantaged Communities
Study reveals local disparities in clinical staff hours in nursing homes, particularly among higher paid workers
Mass Screening, Peer Support, and Treatment Reduce HIV in People Who Inject Drugs
Innovative intervention improves HIV identification and care in at-risk population in Vietnam
What Americans Still Want From Government Reform–A Midsummer Update
In a morning webinar on Wednesday, July 20, New York University professor Paul C. Light will release research showing that public trust in government is at “historic lows.”
Gender Bias in Search Algorithms Has Effect on Users, New Study Finds
Gender-neutral internet searches yield results that nonetheless produce male-dominated output--results have an effect on users by promoting gender bias and potentially influencing hiring decisions.