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We May Eventually Find Out How The Battle Of New York Changed Peter Parker

The Battle of New York at the end of The Avengers is a crucial moment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It's the moment the whole world changed. And when it happened, a little boy named Peter Parker was just a few kilometres away in Queens. More »      

Ingredient found in soap can alter 'wettability' of your skin

It's possible to alter the wettability of your skin using an ingredient commonly found in cosmetic cleaners, according to new research from Binghamton University, State University of New York.

MIB: Anindya Ghose on how Mobile Technology is changing the world

This week, we speak with Anindya Ghose — the Heinz Riehl Chair Professor of Business at New York University’s Stern School of Business. He is the Director of the Masters of Business Analytics program at NYU, and is the author of Tap: Unlocking the Mobile Economy. Show More Summary

Symbolic traces of communist legacy in post-socialist Hungary by Dr. Lisa Pope Fischer

(The City University of New York) In what ways does societal change carry aspects of the past?  How is the past reworked and molded to fit the present? A new book published in September 2016 by Brill examines how Hungarians have adjusted their perceptions and daily activities in the transition from communism to a post-socialist society.

Population health resource to give US cities access to key data

(NYU Langone Medical Center / New York University School of Medicine) Hundreds of United States cities will be able to identify their most pressing health needs more accurately -- thanks to a nationwide expansion of the City Health Dashboard, an innovative health data visualization tool.

Hans Breder, Who Created First-Ever Interdisciplinary Arts Program, Dead At 81

21 hours agoArts : Modern Art Notes

"[His] minimalist sculptures were starting to attract attention in New York when his friend Ulfert Wilke, the director of the University of Iowa Museum of Art, recommended him for a faculty position at the university. Mr. Breder accepted, and began teaching an experimental drawing course in 1966. Friends threw up their hands, warning him that […]

MLB notes: Mets promote Tim Tebow

Tim Tebow is moving up and heading south — to some very familiar territory. Tebow has been promoted to the New York Mets' high Class A affiliate in St. Lucie, Fla. The 29-year-old Tebow led the University of Florida to two national championships in football and won the 2007 Heisman Trophy during...

Hans Breder, Mentor Of Ana Mendieta And Charles Ray, Leader Of 'Intermedia' Art, Has Died At 81

Breder left New York to take a faculty position at the University of Iowa in 1966, and he soon established the first interdisciplinary art focus in the country. "Increasingly drawn to conceptual art and the radical political performance art being practiced by the Viennese Actionists, he asked permission to create a program that would embrace […]

MIB: Anindya Ghose

This week, we speak with professor Anindya Ghose is the Heinz Riehl Chair Professor of Business at New York University’s Stern School of Business and the Director of the Masters of Business Analytics program at NYU; he is the author of Tap: Unlocking the Mobile Economy. Show More Summary

Hans Breder, Who Created a New Frontier, Breaking Artistic Boundaries, Dies at 81

4 days agoNews : NYTimes: News

The German-born Mr. Breder left New York for the University of Iowa to establish the first interdisciplinary art program of its kind.

Jellyfish fluorescence shines new light on DNA copying

Scientists at the University of York have used florescent proteins from jellyfish to help shed new light on how DNA replicates.

New insight into a central biological dogma on ion transport

(Aarhus University) New research results from Aarhus University and New York University show how active transport of potassium can be achieved by a membrane protein complex that has roots in both ion pump and ion channel super-families. The results, which have just been published in Nature, shed new light on what define channels and pumps.

Identified brain circuitry bridges neural and behavioral roles in PTSD

(NYU Langone Medical Center / New York University School of Medicine) Specific cerebral circuitry bridges chemical changes deep in the brain and the more outward behavioral expressions associated with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD),...Show More Summary

University of Pittsburgh English Professor Set for New York Times Magazine Poetry Duty

There's a lot to ponder in Terrance Hayes' biographical details. For example, not too may individuals can point to both All-American basketball honors while in college followed by a MacArthur Foundation 2014 fellowship. Per the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Hayes, an English professor at Pitt university and co-director of the Center for African American Poetry, will start...

Longneck & Thunderfoot Acquires St. Louis Tech Magazine EQ

First off, that's not a certain 2013 children's book in the headline. No. It's a New York marketing and content agency started at Columbia University and inspired, by that book, to adopt the name as mantra and reminder that 'companies that don't take advantage of the digital medium risk going extinct like dinosaurs.' Per a...

New online system set to reduce hundreds of chemical tests on animals

Scientists at the University of York and SimOmics Ltd have developed a new online data sharing system which could reduce the need for hundreds of laboratory tests on animals.

People who go to bed late have less control over OCD symptoms

(Binghamton University) A late bedtime is associated with lower perceived control of obsessive thoughts, according to new research from Binghamton University, State University of New York.

Scientists step closer to drug treatment for hepatitis B

(University of York) A major new insight into how hepatitis B virus works could pave the way for new drug treatments for the infection which is the major cause of liver cancer worldwide.

New York exhibition asks what creation of world sounded like

last weekArts : Artdaily

When the universe was born, what did it sound like? The question underlies an inventive and challenging new exhibition in New York that explores the fundamentals of sound and how they relate to the quest to understand the self and the cosmos. Show More Summary

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