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Sympathy for the Devil: The Daily Caller reported yesterday that New York University professor Micha…

Sympathy for the Devil: The Daily Caller reported yesterday that New York University professor Michael Rectenwald is suing NYU and four of his colleagues for defamation after faculty used the school’s email system to call him a “right-wing misogynist,” an “asshole” and “Satan.” As sympathetic as one might be towards a professor who stands his […]

First major U.S. exhibition to showcase the drawings of Santiago Ramón y Cajal on view in New York

4 days agoArts : Artdaily

New York University?s Grey Art Gallery is presenting the first major U.S. exhibition to showcase the extraordinary drawings of Santiago Ramón y Cajal (1852? 1934), widely recognized as the father of modern neuroscience. On view fromShow More Summary

Exhibition presents paintings by self-taught Algerian artist in the U.S. for the first time

last weekArts : Artdaily

New York University?s Grey Art Gallery is presenting the first North American exhibition of the work of self-taught Algerian artist Baya Mahieddine (1931?1998), who chose to be known by her first name only. On view from January 9 through...Show More Summary

9 Questions with Matthew J. Cressler

I recently interviewed Matthew J. Cressler about his new book Authentically Black and Truly Catholic, published in 2017 with New York University Press. Matthew is no stranger to this blog -- he wrote regularly for RiAH for a few years -- and we are pleased to see his book in print. Show More Summary

NY Times: The College Sports Tax Dodge

New York Times, The College Sports Tax Dodge: New York University does not have much of an athletic program. But 70 years ago, it ran a profitable macaroni company, leading indirectly to a decision by Congress that college sports — if not a college-owned noodle business — should be exempt...

“In an election, tie goes to …”

Daily Press: “In runoffs you see a drastic reduction in turnout,” said Samuel Issacharoff, a law professor at New York University with a special interest in election law. “It tends to favor the wealthier candidate,” he said. Drawing lots, instead … Continue reading ?

About that crime wave . . .

The progressive Brennan Center at New York University School of Law is out with its annual crime report. It found: All measures of crime in the 30 largest American cities — the overall crime rate, violent crime rate, and murder rate — are estimated to decline in 2017 according to a year-end analysis by the Brennan […]

We overstate our negative feelings in surveys, new research shows

(New York University) We tend to overstate our negative feelings and symptoms in surveys, shows a new study by a team of psychology researchers. This bias wears off over time, but the results point to the possibility that measurements of health and well-being, which are vital in making medical assessments and in guiding health-related research, may be misinterpreted.

Data visualization for analysis and understanding complex problems

Enrico Bertini, a professor at New York University, delves into the less flashy but equally important branch of visualization: analysis. Much of what Enrico describes applies to the other branches… Tags: analysis, Enrico Bertini, research

NYU's Mishra named fellow of National Academy of Inventors

(New York University) New York University Professor Bhubaneswar 'Bud' Mishra has been named a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI), the organization announced today.

Researchers develop powerful new method for microbiome analysis

Scientists from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Sema4, and collaborating institutions New York University and the University of Florida today published a report detailing their new, more accurate method for identifying individual microbial species and strains in a community. Show More Summary

America is Minting Millionaires

Click for much larger graphic Source: Wonkblog   This is very intriguing: The U.S. economy is minting new millionaires at an astonishing rate, according to a paper by New York University economist Edward N. Wolff. The number of households...Show More Summary

Study finds evidence that a protein, MCP-1, may determine bone loss responses to parathyroid hormone

(New York University) In a new study published in November in Scientific Reports, NYU Dentistry researchers investigating the catabolic effect of parathyroid hormone (PTH) in hyperparathyroidism (HPT) showed, for the first time, that monocyte chemoattractant protein-1 (MCP-1) is required for catabolic responses to PTH. Show More Summary

Researchers discover big cryptographic potential in nanomaterial

The next generation of electronic hardware security may be at hand as researchers at New York University Tandon School of Engineering introduce a new class of unclonable cybersecurity security primitives made of a low-cost nanomaterial with the highest possible level of structural randomness. Show More Summary

NYU professor allegedly used grant money for pricey travels

2 months agoNews : NY Daily News

A former New York University professor is accused of spending thousands in grant money to travel cross country and send his wife to Europe.

Kant, Hume, and the retailer's dilemma

(Journal of Retailing at New York University) To help retailers decide how to handle situations when customers abuse the retailer's rules for their own advantage, the authors explore the consequences for the retailer and for ethically behaving customers and come to unexpected conclusions.

Josh Blank Leaves NYU For UC-Irvine

Press Release: UCI Law is pleased to announce the appointment of renowned tax expert Joshua Blank to its faculty. Blank joins from New York University School of Law, where he currently is a professor of tax law, vice dean for technology-enhanced education, and faculty director of the school’s Graduate Tax...

Increased Oral Pathogens and Decreased Bacterial Diversity Predict Precancerous Lesions of Stomach Cancer

Elevated pathogen colonization and a lack of bacterial diversity in the mouth were identified in people with precancerous lesions that could precede stomach cancer, finds a new study led by New York University College of Dentistry and New York University School of Medicine.

Get'em while they're hot

(Journal of Retailing at New York University) Researchers from Australia's Monash University business school have shown that providing real-time cues about the number of items sold and current levels of stock - easily presentable in the digital age - can be a viable retailing strategy, even for offline merchants.

Taste it, you'll like it

(Journal of Retailing at New York University) New research has led to a model that assesses the short- and long-term effects of in-store product sampling on sales of both the products offered on sample and competitive products.

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