NYU physicist Paul Chaikin has been awarded the 2018 Oliver E. Buckley Condensed Matter Prize of the American Physical Society for his work in founding a new branch of physics.
Andrew Ilott, a research investigator at Brisol-Myers Squibb and a former postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Chemistry, is among the three winners of the 2017 Blavatnik Regional Awards for Young Scientists.
The Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute has launched First Amendment Watch —an online resource that goes beyond the headlines to provide much-needed coverage and context to the debate over freedom of expression.
Five men became the first graduates of NYU's Prison Education Program at Wallkill Correctional Facility on October 12, 2017. The graduates earned Associate of Arts Degrees from New York University in Liberal Studies through their coursework with the program.
NYU’s Deutsches Haus will award the fifth-annual Volkmar and Margret Sander Prize to Karsten Voigt, the distinguished former coordinator of German-North American Cooperation at the Foreign Office of Germany, at a ceremony on Fri., Oct. 20.
Emily Balcetis’ transformative research program focuses on a theoretical model of motivated visual perception. Her work demonstrates that a person’s goals and desires influence what they literally see and hear in the environment around them, through changes in visual and cognitive attention.
New York University chemist Nadrian Seeman has been awarded the 2016 Franklin Award in chemistry for his pioneering work in founding the field of DNA nanotechnology. Past recipients of the award, bestowed by the Philadelphia-based Franklin Institute, include Thomas Edison, Marie Curie, Max Planck, Jane Goodall, Enrico Fermi, and Stephen Hawking, among others.