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NYU Students Rally for All-Vegan Dining Hall

After more than a thousand students endorsed an all-vegan cafeteria at New York University (NYU), staff at NYU’s Lipton Dining Hall agreed to test-drive a new healthy and humane... The post NYU Students Rally for All-Vegan Dining Hall appeared first on PETA.

Cleveland Clinic study finds obesity as top cause of preventable life-years lost

(Cleveland Clinic) A team of researchers from Cleveland Clinic and New York University School of Medicine have found that obesity resulted in as much as 47 percent more life-years lost than tobacco, and tobacco caused similar life-years lost as high blood pressure.

Dr. Neville Sanjana, CRISPR specialist, receives 2017 Kimmel Scholar Award

(New York Genome Center) The Sidney Kimmel Foundation has selected Dr. Neville Sanjana, Core Member and Assistant Investigator at the New York Genome Center and Assistant Professor in the Department of Biology at New York University, to receive the prestigious 2017 Kimmel Scholar Award. Show More Summary

Banning transshipment at-sea necessary to curb illegal fishing, researchers conclude

(New York University) Banning transshipment at-sea -- the transfer of fish and supplies from one vessel to another in open waters -- is necessary to diminish illegal fishing, a team of researchers has concluded after an analysis of existing maritime regulations.

Study paints somber picture of US mental health status and access to care

(NYU Langone Medical Center / New York University School of Medicine) More Americans than ever before suffer from serious psychological distress, and the country's ability to meet the growing demand for mental health services is rapidly eroding.

The relationship between drug injection risk behaviors and immune activation

(New York University) Investigators examined the relationship between injection drug use and immune activation in a sample of HIV infected and uninfected PWID. Findings suggest that efforts to encourage injection cessation or reduction in frequency can have positive health benefits through reducing immune activation.

Could New York neighborhood noise be good for poor residents?

(NYU Langone Medical Center / New York University School of Medicine) Loud workplace noise has been found by many studies to cause harm, but a recent analysis links the sounds of all-night car horn blasts and shouting by bar revelers in New York City's noisiest neighborhoods to unexplained improvements in body weight and blood pressure for the urban poor living there.

What Causes Gender Inequality? - New York University

Nazism Is Taking Over Germany, The Muslims And The Germans Are Working Together To Cause Mass Violence That Will Spark Major War And Usher In The Revived Nazi Empire

NYU college student goes undercover at Chinese iPhone factory

A New York University college student took a summer job at Pegatron and his experience is very interesting, to say the least. Dejian Zeng, a graduate student at New York University (NYU), got a job at Pegatron factory in China as part of a research project he is working on. Show More Summary

News: NYU student documents 6 weeks working on iPhone assembly line

Photo: Business Insider/Dejian Zeng New York University grad student Dejian Zeng spent his 2016 summer vacation inside Pegatron’s ChangShuo factory — a facility that produces iPhones for Apple — and he shared some of his experiences on the factory floor with Business Insider. Show More Summary

A Culture Of Invasive Policing

'Barry Friedman, the Jacob D. Fuchsberg Professor of Law at New York University School of Law and the director of the Policing Project, joins us to discuss his book, Unwarranted: Policing Without Permission. Friedman looks how how the lives of individuals are affected by invasive policing and the militarization of law enforcement. Show More Summary

NYU student talks assembling Apple's iPhone 6s & 7 for Pegatron

In an interview published on Tuesday, a New York University graduate student described working at a Pegatron factory near Shanghai last year as a summer project, where he assembled the iPhone 6s and later the iPhone 7.

NYU Student Goes Undercover at Pegatron Factory, Offers Inside Look at iPhone Production

New York University graduate student Dejian Zeng spent last summer working in a Pegatron factory manufacturing the iPhone 6s and 7 as part of a summer project, where he got a first hand look at what factory life is like for a workerShow More Summary

Activists rebrand Brand Israel conference as ‘Brand Apartheid’

Students disrupted a Brand Israel conference at New York University, holding a silent protest while former Israeli ambassador Ido Aharoni closed the daylong forum last Friday with a summary of branding techniques applicable to the Jewish state.

Study examines factors of inmate relationships during incarceration and STI/HIV prevention

(New York University) The study, 'The Committed Inmate Relationships During Incarceration and STI/HIV Prevention,' aimed to characterize the relationships of incarcerated African-Americans and the influence of those characteristics in protection against STI/HIV risk when in the community, when STI/HIV transmission risk is greatest.

Newfound signal helps pancreatic cancer cells hide from immune system

(NYU Langone Medical Center / New York University School of Medicine) Researchers have uncovered another pathway by which pancreatic cancer cells turn off the system charged with attacking them.

Why did we see 'the dress' differently? The answer lies in the shadows, new research finds

(New York University) When 'the dress' went viral in 2015, millions were divided on its true colors: gold and white or black and blue? In a new study, an neuroscientist concludes that these differences in perception are due to our assumptions about how the dress was illuminated.

Bharara blasts White House for 'incompetence' that led to ouster

2 weeks agoNews : NY Daily News

Preet Bharara, now teaching at New York University School of Law, said his abrupt dismissal March 10 came out of nowhere.

A Great Big World Joins HRC’s Equality Rocks Campaign

American music duo A Great Big World has joined HRC’s Equality Rocks campaign. After meeting while studying at New York University, Ian Axel and Chad King formed their duo in 2012. The group has toured with a number of prominent musicians, and their songs have been featured on FOX’s musical television series Glee. Show More Summary

How One Woman Paid Off $68,000 of Debt In 3 Years

2 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

I borrowed a total of $81,000 in student loan debt—$23,000 of that was from my undergraduate degree from California State University, Long Beach, and then $58,000 of that was from New York University for graduate school. By the time I graduated from NYU in May 2011, I still had $68,000 dollars left to pay—after making payments for five years. Show More Summary

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