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The National Science Foundation (NSF) is spending over $200,000 to find out why Wikipedia is sexist. The government has awarded two grants for collaborative research to professors at Yale University and New York University to study what the
Jake Reisch, then a junior at Cornell University , sketched out his idea for Audiarchy, a company that would rent headsets for trendy silent discos (DJ shows where people listen to music through wireless headphones instead of a normal speaker system).
Langone Medical Center is set to receive more Sandy recovery aid. Senator Charles Schumer announced that the NYU facility will get more than a billion dollars for repair and fortification work. The money will come as a lump sum from the federal
Tyrone Thompson, Staff Reporter Despite debate in medical circles that the country's main mental health facility, the Bellevue Hospital, is not fulfilling its mandate, the Government and the Opposition are at one that the facility should remain open.
Dog Park lets players simulate being a virtual canine and the goal is to chase and dig holes with other dogs. Dog Park (pictured) lets players simulate being a virtual canine and the goal is to chase and dig holes with other dogs. It is still in an
United States are not sufficiently engaged in care and not taking ART when it is medically necessary...Peter Kruger Clinic at Mount Sinai Beth Israel Medical Center, and The Spencer Cox Center at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center set out to
Special to The Globe and Mail Published Tuesday, Jul. 15 2014, 6:54 PM EDT Last updated Tuesday, Jul. 15 2014, 6:57 PM EDT Harry Yates wrote advertising copy for 60 years, turning in his last job shortly before he died...He was the oldest living
Vincent's Hospital site in New York City's West Village is slated to open as a stand-alone emergency room and medical care center. The New York Times (http://nyti.ms/1nCstbK ) says it'll be run by the North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System. Dr.
In the luxe dining room of Del Posto, one of New York's most heralded and expensive Italian restaurants, one-third of the tables on any given night will have at least one gluten-free diner. Mark Ladner, the restaurant's chef and widely considered to
Nostalgia can be a caustic drug, particularly when loss is involved. Here in the New York winter, those August days in the South feel impossible, unreal, until a picture brings it all back, all of it, the good and the bad, and there were plenty of