The NYU Marron Institute study finds modest reductions in residential and office building energy use in the wake of the city's audit requirement.
An artificial intelligence tool accurately predicted which patients newly infected with the COVID-19 virus would go on to develop severe respiratory disease.
Women have made progress in earning college degrees as well as in pay and in occupations once largely dominated by men since 1970—but the pace of gains in many areas linked to professional advancement has slowed in recent decades and stalled in others.
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The clinician-tested designs will be made publicly-available for free to enable other regions to launch similar efforts for COVID-19 response
Teeth constitute a permanent and faithful biological archive of the entirety of the individual’s life, from tooth formation to death.
New research by NYU Steinhardt's Luis A. Rodriguez finds that statewide teacher evaluation systems have proven to phase out lower performing teachers and retain more effective teachers for longer periods of time.
New research suggests that managers may make decisions based upon their firms' rivalry relationships with other firms--and the past experiences that led to the formation of these rivalries--rather than in a purely rational fashion on the basis of current information.
Accurate and fast method of finding best guides to detect, target, and knockdown specific RNA targets can be used to probe dark matter of the human genome and RNA viruses like coronavirus and flu
The new research contends that contrary to prior findings, high levels of anger expression actually diminish status rather than boost it.
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