Clinically dead patients who were revived were able to recount post-death conversations, researchers at a highly regarded medical school find.
MRI scans conducted by researchers at NYU’s School of Medicine have shown that the resting state functioning of brains that have suffered mild trauma corresponds to a host of problems, including cognitive dysfunction, depression, anxiety and fatigue.
NYU law professor Sarah Knuckey, one of the authors of a new report on the social effects of America’s drone war in Pakistan, talks about the “broad mental health impacts” on people who live in fear of deadly attacks from the sky 24 hours a day.
After eight months of study, legal researchers at NYU and Fordham University this week turned out a damning review of the NYPD's behavior in policing the Occupy Wall Street protests.
Throughout the recession, Apple's growth has brought hope to many; China's creative class and human capital cannot catch up to the U.S.'; meanwhile, Western intervention in Afghanistan has obviously failed, but by how much? These discoveries and more after the jump.
ProPublica interviews co-director of the Liberty and National Security Program at NYU School of Law Faiza Patel to explore whether New York police crossed the line.
In places like Uganda, corruption often arises out of desperation. But in America, as W.E.B. Du Bois noted toward the end of his life, “We let men take wealth which is not theirs; if the seizure is ‘legal’ we call it high profits. And the profiteers help decide what is legal.”
A team of student journalists at New York University's Studio 20 program created an extremely clever animated music video to give the American public the lowdown on "fracking," a potentially dangerous method of drilling for oil and natural gas by using pressurized liquids to hydraulically fracture subterranean rock.
Oh dear -- file this one under "further evidence our democracy's in deep trouble": The Politico reports that, according to a recent poll of over 3,000 NYU undergraduates conducted by an on-campus journalism class, two-thirds said they would give up their right to vote in the next presidential election in exchange for a year's tuition at their school, while 20 percent said they'd swap it for an iPod touch.