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Newswise - The American Philosophical Society has awarded New York University neuroscientist J. Anthony Movshon its 2013 Karl Spencer Lashley Award in recognition of his "pioneering work on the neuroscience of vision." Movshon, director of New York University's Center for Neural Science, is the second NYU neuroscience professor to receive the ... (more)
Chen Guangcheng is a blind self-taught lawyer and famous human rights activist in China.
They do not correspond to a simple stimulus/response linkage, but arise from the networking of different neural circuits.
New York theater ensemble The TEAM -- which will be developing a new performance piece while in residence with PlayMakers Repertory Company at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill -- will unveil its work-in-progress May 29 at 7:30 p.m. at Frey Rehearsal Hall in the Center for Dramatic Art on Country Club Road.
Jordyn Payne of Warwick has always been driven. She remembers skipping lunch period during grade school to play the flute and devoting 30 or 40 hours every week to practicing ballet.
The wave of faculty dissatisfaction at New York University continues to roll on.
Chelsea Clinton is wearing a new professional hat, one that will take her into a religious direction.
The graduate students at New York University's Interactive Telecommunications Program - also known as the "centre for the recently possible" - barely think about the present.
"Alligator Summer" by Dylan Lamb is an audacious farce in which two southern families have taken refuge in an attic, Anne Frank style, after an endless army of alligators have overrun their town.
If someone told you she saw people who weren't actually there, or that the material on the wall seemed to be changing from wood paneling This happened to Zelda, an otherwise a normal person who maintained a busy life homemaking, entertaining, traveling with her husband, and Dr.
U.S. authorities brought criminal charges against three New York University researchers on Monday, alleging they conspired to take bribes from Chinese medical and research outfits for details about NYU research into magnetic resonance imaging technology.
When McDaniel College senior Ashley Hopkins graduates later this month, she will be able to tout the filmmaking skills she developed in college.
He has no indoor plumbing and the electricity he uses is not obtained through conventional means.
Wally Taibleson, 90, graduated from California State University San Marcos on Friday, May 17 with his third master's degree.
An exploration of electronic "screen time" and sleep on mood, memory and learning was given the top Addiction Science Award at the 2013 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair -the world's largest science competition for high school students.