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Researchers map neural circuitry of songbird learning

(The City University of New York) Researchers have begun to map the brain circuitry responsible for cultural transmission and species specificity in birdsong.

Study Uncovers Surge In Marijuana Use Among One Particular Age Group

11 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

Recreational marijuana use is on the rise among adults over 50, according to a recent study at New York University. The study noted that there is a common misperception that widespread marijuana use is limited to younger people. However,...Show More Summary

MLB Winter Meetings 2016: Live Coverage of Rule 5 Draft, Final Rumors and Deals

A pair of high-profile free agents — Aroldis Chapman (New York Yankees) and Ian Desmond (Colorado Rockies) — both came off the market Wednesday, but Chicago was once again the center of the baseball universe, as both the Cubs and White...Show More Summary

Astronaut Mike Massimino, First To Tweet From Space, Releases 'Spaceman' Book At Explorers Club

13 hours agoTechnology : Forbes: Tech

Astronaut Mike Massimino will debut his new tome, "Spaceman: An Astronaut’s Unlikely Journey To Unlock The Secrets Of The Universe" at The Explorers Club Friday evening, Dec. 9, in New York. In addition to being first to “tweet” from space, the colorful spacemanhas appeared in six episodes of the TV sitcom [...]

NYT Gracious About Stein’s Doomed Recount, But Trump, GOP Are Undemocratic Sore Losers

Are U.S. elections reliable? Should the results be universally respected and accepted? Can one challenge the results without being smeared as a threat to society or at least a poor loser? The New York Times can’t make its mind up. After...Show More Summary

University graduate student assistants begin union vote

Columbia University teaching and research assistants are voting on whether to form a union affiliated with the United Auto Workers. The vote affects 3,000 students at the New York Ivy League... To view the full story, click the title link.

Rosenberg & Co. announces exclusive representation of the estates of Beatrice Mandelman and Louis Ribak

2 days agoArts : Artdaily

Rosenberg & Co. and The University of New Mexico Foundation are delighted to announce that the gallery now exclusively represents the estates of the artists Beatrice Mandelman and Louis Ribak. The two artists married in New York in 1942,...Show More Summary

Economists: Climate Change Will Hurt US Economy Sooner Than Expected

A survey of economists by the Institute for Policy Integrity at New York University Law School finds that, as a group, they think climate change will have a greater than expected negative impact on the US economy and that impact will...Show More Summary

The Last Battle

When memory fails, we must imagine. So let us imagine that it is early 1982, and a new, almost universally fatal disease is spreading through the gay communities in New York and San Francisco. A year ago, people called it “gay cancer,”...Show More Summary

Viewing Picks for December 6, 2016

All Times Eastern College Basketball Men’s Big 5, The Palestra, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA Villanova vs. La Salle — ESPN2, 7 p.m. Jimmy V Classic, Madison Square Garden, New York, NY Arizona State vs. Purdue — ESPN, 7 p.m. Show More Summary

Growing mosquito populations linked to urbanization and DDT's slow decay

(University of California - Santa Cruz) Mosquito populations have increased as much as ten-fold over the past five decades in New York, New Jersey, and California, according to long-term datasets from mosquito monitoring programs. The number of mosquito species in these areas increased two- to four-fold in the same period. Show More Summary

Combination immune therapy shows promise against Hodgkin lymphoma

(NYU Langone Medical Center / New York University School of Medicine) The combination of two new drugs that harness the body's immune system is safe and effective, destroying most cancer cells in 64 percent of patients with recurrent Hodgkin lymphoma, according to the results of an early-phase study.

Trump's former campaign manager reportedly says a New York Times editor should go to jail

President-elect Donald Trump's former campaign manager reportedly says a New York Times executive editor should go to jail. According to Politico, Corey Lewandowski made the comment at a conference held at Harvard University on Thursday. Show More Summary

NYU Promises To Protect Undocumented Immigrant Students From Trump Regime

Joining Columbia University, and a series of schools nationwide, New York University announced in a letter this week that the college would be a sanctuary campus for undocumented students and would not share their immigration status with federal immigration officials. [ more › ]

Trump team revs up attacks on media: Corey Lewandowski says NYT top editor ‘should be in jail’

6 days agoNews : The Raw Story

Former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski targeted the press at a Harvard University conference on Thursday. Pointing to the New York Times’ partial release of Trump’s 1995 Income Tax Records, Lewandowski said executive editor Dean Baquet “should be in jail,” according to...

An Open Letter to the Medical Students Who Attended the NYU “Confronting Vaccine Resistance” Lecture

By Lou Conte Dear Future Medical Practitioners: It occurred to me that I should write this letter to you because you were the intended target of the “Confronting Vaccine Resistance” lecture at New York University on November 21, 2016. It...

On the Street…University Place, New York

I see this woman in my neighborhood occasionally ( usually when I’m on my bike, this was my first chance to photograph her).   She’s always wearing some version of this splatter pattern on every item she’s wearing.   I wonder if anyone here knows her story.   Shots like this are challenging because it’s [...]

Nation Books Acquires The New York Kidnapping Club

Nation Books has acquired The New York Kidnapping Club by University of Michigan historian Jonathan Daniel Wells.

'90s Club 'King' Michael Alig Wonders If He's To Blame For The Death Of New York Nightlife

In the 1980s, Michael Alig was your average young person looking to leave his small hometown in search of something bigger, better and brighter. He made the move from South Bend, Indiana, to New York City to attend university in the mid-‘80s. Show More Summary

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