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A team of researchers, including at NYU sheds additional light on the machinations that ensure we don’t look away from where we are reaching.
Radiologists and artificial intelligence systems yield significant differences in breast-cancer screenings, a team of NYU researchers has found.
Researchers at NYU have identified the complete series of 10 factors that regulate the development of brain cell types in the visual system of fruit flies—including in what order these neurons develop.
A team of scientists at NYU has discovered how working memory is “formatted”—a finding that enhances our understanding of how visual memories are stored.
Researchers from the Infant Brain Imaging Study (IBIS) Network, which includes the University of Washington, used MRI to demonstrate that in babies who later develop autism, the amygdala grows too rapidly in infancy.
Scientists at the New York Genome Center and New York University have developed a genetic screening platform to identify genes that can enhance immune cells to make them more persistent and increase their ability to eradicate tumor cells.
A new grant will enable biologists at Rochester, Brown, and New York University to explore potential targets of treatments and therapeutics for neurodegenerative diseases.
Examining the spines of Neandertals, an extinct human relative, may explain back-related ailments, such as lower back pain, experienced by humans today, a team of anthropologists has concluded.
Activating CGRP receptors generates pain signals within Schwann cells, but blocking CGRP actions inside Schwann cells offers potential new treatments for migraine pain, according to NYU experts
A series of experiments using paper airplanes reveals new aerodynamic effects--findings that enhance our understanding of flight stability.Findings Unveil Mechanisms that Explain Flight Stability