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New York University (NYU)

One of the world’s foremost research universities

Since its founding in 1831, NYU has been an innovator in higher education, reaching out to an emerging middle class, embracing an urban identity and professional focus, and promoting a global vision that informs its 19 schools and colleges. Today, that trailblazing spirit makes NYU one of the most prominent and respected research universities in the world, featuring top-ranked academic programs and accepting fewer than one-in-five undergraduates.

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People at New York University (NYU)

Ingemar Patrick Linden

Author and Adjunct Professor at NYU Tandon School of Engineering

Kent Kirshenbaum

Professor of chemistry at NYU and Chief Scientific Officer at Maxwell Biosciences

Wendy Suzuki

Professor of Neural Science and Psychology in the Center for Neural Science at New York University

William E. Burrows

Journalism professor emeritus at New York University and Author

Marion Nestle

Paulette Goddard Professor of Nutrition at New York University and author of books about food politics

Evgeny Nudler

Julie Wilson Anderson Professor of Biochemistry, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology at NYU School of Medicine

Danny Paez

specializes in consumer tech and gaming coverage as well as reporting on artificial intelligence and robotics research

S. Matthew Liao

Arthur Zitrin Professor of Bioethics at New York University.

Bijan Pesaran

Professor of neural science at New York University

Jacquelyn Taylor

Professor of Nursing and Medicine at New York University.

New York University (NYU) News

Tiny robots made of DNA can self-replicate and deliver drugs inside the body

New Scientist - 06-Dec-2023

Potential future of targeted drug delivery and advanced nanotechnology applications


Novel Claromer compounds fight viruses by targeting their protective membranes

Maxwell Biosciences - 02-Aug-2023

Inspired by human immunity, Claromers are revolutionary molecules which may overcome resistance in near future


Suppressing bacterial hydrogen sulfide can make potent antibiotics - 10-Jun-2021

Enhancement of bactericidal effect at the same antibiotic dose


Studies on melanocyte stem cells to prevent or reverse gray hair

Washington Post - 19-Dec-2020

Greying of hair is irrespective of age and gender; Scientists work on stem cells


3D-printed Lego-inspired bricks, to heal broken bones

Medical Xpress - 25-Jul-2020

Tested some aspects in rats, could make lab-made organs for human transplant possible


Neural Matrix, the new brain implant projected to last six years

Medical Xpress - 08-Apr-2020

Promising tech for treating brain disorders successfully deployed in monkeys and rodents


Latest study showed that artificial intelligence could diagnose brain tumours

Independent - 06-Jan-2020

Diagnosis with AI combined with pathologist can reduce the risk of misdiagnosis


Using dead people for artificial organ studies

Yale Daily News - 14-Oct-2019

Bioethicists developed guidelines for dead candidates selection, communication with their families


The DNA Data We Have Is Too White

Smithsonian - 30-Apr-2018

87 percent of participants in worldwide genomics research of European descent. Disparity could p...


High-density, stretchable grid for neural recording and treatment

Kurzweil Network - 12-Mar-2018

Soft, elastic, high-density stretchable electrode grid developed. Suitable for long-term, stable...


Low-cost single-cell analysis for rheumatoid arthritis

ScienceDaily - 23-Feb-2018

New York Genome Center has develop a portable, low-cost microfluidic controller. 3D-printed cust...