Larry Silverstein joined his father’s real estate company after graduating from New York University. When his father died, he became co-partner with Bernard Mendick, but the two split in 1977... To view the full story, click the title link.
(New York University) Use of MDMA or 'Molly' is common in the electronic dance music scene, but research is showing that many Molly users are using other drugs unknowingly.
The U.S. Economic Outlook and the Implications for Monetary Policy William C. Dudley, President and Chief Executive Officer Remarks at Money Marketeers of New York University, New York City September 07, 2017 Good evening. ItShow More Summary
The Brennan Center for Justice at New York University’s law school has a new report out based on the latest crime statistics. It “collected crime data directly from local police departments in America’s 30 largest cities, and then used historical trends to estimate 2017 year-end crime numbers.” The results — no surprise if you have been following […]
Lauren Feldman, DMD, clinical assistant professor in the Department of Pediatric Dentistry at the New York University College of Dentistry (NYU Dentistry), has received a five-year, nearly $1 million Primary Care Medicine and Dentistry Clinician Educator Career Development Award from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). Show More Summary
If you've walked onto a college campus recently--perhaps New York University or Harvard--you may have come upon a digital ad kiosk that offered you free samples from Kiehl's. Under that scenario, you would have had to supply your email address to get one of the skin-care brand's products. Kiehl's has been orchestrating such samples-based prospecting...
New York University?s Grey Art Gallery presents the first exhibition to focus on the groundbreaking collaboration between Alfred Barr, the Museum of Modern Art?s first director, and Philip Johnson, its first curator of architecture. On view from September 7 through December 9, 2017, Partners in Design: Alfred H. Show More Summary
Researchers at the Bluestone Center for Clinical Research at the New York University College of Dentistry (NYU Dentistry) have identified a novel molecular mechanism which explains why dark-skinned and light-skinned people respond differently to heat and mechanical stimulation.
W 4th St – Washington Sq (Lower): Here are three eateries worth a visit on the Greenwich Village streets southeast of this B train station.
(Journal of Retailing at New York University) If a store is crowded, people tend to buy more if the sound system is playing a fast-paced song rather than a ballad. That's what a team of researchers found in a field experiment across a chain of grocery convenience stores in Northern Europe.
From time to time, Mark Jamison or myself would feature articles from the Save the Post Office blog as authored by Steve Hutkins, a literature professor who teaches “place studies” at the Gallatin School of New York University. Mark Jamison a retired Postmaster for a small town in North Carolina would often write there also. […]
(New York University) Young children's sense of self is similar to that of older kids and adults. The results show that our ability to reason about our self-worth as individuals develops early in life.
(New York University) A team of New York University chemists has created a series of three-dimensional structures that take a step closer to resembling those found in nature.
A team of New York University chemists has created a series of three-dimensional structures that take a step closer to resembling those found in nature. The work offers insights into how enzymes are properly assembled, or folded, which could enhance our understanding of a range of diseases that result from these misfolded proteins.
(New York University) How do we detect the meaning of music? We may gain some insights by looking at an unlikely source, sign language, a newly released linguistic analysis concludes.
'Bryan Stevenson, Executive Director of Equal Justice Initiative, professor of law at New York University Law School and author of Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption (Spiegel & Grau, 2015), and Anne Pasternak, director ofShow More Summary
(New York University) Children whose parents provide them with learning materials like books and toys and engage them in learning activities and meaningful conversations in infancy and toddlerhood are likely to develop early cognitive skills that can cascade into later academic success, finds a new study by NYU's Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development.
(This is a guest post from Samuel Loncar in response to David Velleman’s “The Publication Emergency”) In his recent post at The Daily Nous, David Velleman of New York University and Philosopher’s Imprint argues that graduate students...Show More Summary
Do your friends know you better than your boss? That’s what New York University’s Stern School of Business is banking on as they update their admissions requirements. 360-degree feedback Read more Blogs | Comments
A slate of four films highlight journalists' ongoing quest to share truth. In Nobody Speak: Trials of the Free Press, New York University associate professor Jay Rosen describes good investigative journalism as that which “exposes things...Show More Summary