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SCIENCE: An N.Y.U. Study Gone Wrong, and a Top Researcher Dismissed. “New York University’s medi…

SCIENCE: An N.Y.U. Study Gone Wrong, and a Top Researcher Dismissed. “New York University’s medical school has quietly shut down eight studies at its prominent psychiatric research center and parted ways with a top researcher after discovering a series of violations in a study of an experimental, mind-altering drug. A subsequent federal investigation found lax […]

PTSD Pill Research On Hold After Flawed Study

New York University medical school research into using a marijuana-like drug to treat PTSD sufferers turned out to be so flawed that eight studies were suspended and the data was rejected as unreliable, the New York Times reports. Federal investigators found that the research led by Dr. Alexander Neumeister failed...

Open thread for night owls—Study: Special interests pouring money into local elections

Lauren McCauley at Common Dreams writes—Landmark Survey Finds Special Interests are Pouring Money into Local Elections: The Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law on Sunday published a landmark report (pdf) documenting...Show More Summary

Casual Sex: Everyone Is Doing It

Zhana Vrangalova had hit a problem. On a blustery day in early spring, sitting in a small coffee shop near the campus of New York University, where she is an adjunct professor of psychology, she was unable to load onto her laptop the Web site that we had met to discuss. Show More Summary

ROUBINI: A Brexit could tip Britain into a recession

New York University Economics Professor Nouriel Roubini has warned that Britain could face a recession and job losses if it votes to leave the European Union in Thursday's referendum. Roubini was famously one of the few people to predict the 2007-8 US housing crash and earned the nickname "Dr. Show More Summary

The Obama administration wanted to open up government to citizen input. Why hasn’t it worked?

Beth Simone Noveck is the Jerry Hultin Global Network Professor at New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering. Her new book, “Smart Citizens, Smarter State: The Technologies of Expertise and the Future of Governing,” was published by Harvard University Press. I asked her five questions by email about the book’s major arguments. HF: Your book argues […]

NYU Helped Organize Killer Omar Mateen’s Trip to Saudi Arabia

New York University helped organize Islamic killer Omar Mateen’s travel to Saudi Arabia in 2012. Mateen slaughtered 49 innocents at... The post NYU Helped Organize Killer Omar Mateen’s Trip to Saudi Arabia appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

An Internet Porn Epidemic – Should We Be Concerned?

“According to ongoing research by Chyng Sun, a professor of media studies at New York University (NYU), the numbers are high and rising quickly. She estimates that 36 per cent of internet content is pornography. One in four internet searches are about porn. There are 40 million (and growing) regular consumers of porn in the […]

Both crime and incarceration are going down in some areas

According to the Brennan Center for Justice, a New York University School of Law think tank, “getting tough on crime” with more punitive incarceration policies may be a lot of smoke and mirrors … in so many words. In actual words, their latest report looks at data from 27 states over a 10-year period. Show More Summary

Season One of “The Magicians” Coming to Home Video July 19th!

In Syfy’s hit series THE MAGICIANS, we meet Quentin Coldwater (Jason Ralph, “Aquarius”), a brilliant grad student chosen to attend Brakebills University for Magical Pedagogy, a secret upstate New York university specializing in magic. Show More Summary

Federal Failure and Bureaucratic Layering

American businesses have become leaner in recent decades, with fewer layers of management. By contrast, New York University’s Paul Light has found that the number of management layers in federal government agencies has increased substantially. Light...Show More Summary

Why Katy Perry Is The Last Person To Take Food Advice From

Studies have long confirmed that celebrity endorsements are effective in influencing consumers. New York University researcher Marie Bragg, interested in the effects of advertising on teenagers, conducted a study based on this premise and found a disturbing result: Celebrities, such as Katy Perry, overwhelmingly endorse junk foods over healthy foods. Show More Summary

Watch Pharrell get blown away by this student's musical talent

During a visit on March 5 to New York University’ Tisch School of the Arts, songwriter and performer, Pharrell Williams was blown away by the musical talent of student Maggie Rogers. Rogers is from Eastern Shore, Md., and graduated in May.

Teenagers Are Eating Junk and It’s Britney Spears’ Fault

New research from New York University Langone Medical Center claims that the majority of pop stars with food advertising deals are endorsing “energy-dense, nutrient-poor products,” and it's impacting young fans' health.

Why it's a bad idea to take food advice from Katy Perry, Justin Timberlake or Snoop Dogg

3 weeks agoHealth : The Checkup

New York University researcher Marie Bragg analyzed the nutrition content of foods music stars endorse. What she found was not good.

Nastia Liukin on Pilates and Seamless

3 weeks agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

Gymnast Nastia Liukin won five medals at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, including the prestigious individual all-around title, before retiring in 2012. The 26-year-old recently graduated from New York University with a degree in sports management and will be an Olympic gymnastics commentator at the Rio Games starting in ... More »

Meet Khalid Latif, a One-Man Crusade to Fight Bigotry and Oppression Facing Muslims in America

A New York University imam has emerged as a national spokesman for a community. On the morning of the September 11 World Trade Center attacks in 2001, Khalid Latif was an 18-year-old undergraduate at New York University. During one of...Show More Summary

University students take on 360-degree video with VR film contest

As the interest round VR and 360-degree video heats up, students from the Rhode Island School of Design and New York University are competing in a "first-of-its-kind" VR film contest. Sponsored by 360fly, the contest has 22 finalistShow More Summary

This New Religion Is Causing an Existential Crisis at American Colleges and Universities, NYU Prof Says

There's a new religion exploding on the campuses of American universities and colleges, says Thomas Cooley professor of ethical leadership at New York University, Jonathan Haidt. And if it isn't stopped, it might just be better to shut them all down in the next 10 or 20 years.

Northwell, GoHealth open urgent-care center in Greenwich Village

Greenwich Village residents suffering from a bad head cold and New York University students seeking a quick fix for a hangover have a new place to turn for help. GoHealth Urgent Care opened a new... To view the full story, click the title link.

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