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Assistant Professor Bryan Gibb, Ph.D., enlists undergraduate students in his research into bacteriophages to fight resistant bacterial infections that occur due to the overuse of antibiotics.
Computer science major Stephan Brown took first place at the Ninth Annual Cybersecurity Conference poster presentation.
A heads up for parents of young athletes: researchers at NYIT Center for Sports Medicine Concussion have found that children under 13 years old experience concussion symptoms three times longer than older teens and adults.
According to Colleen P. Kirk, D.P.S., when consumers feel psychological ownership of a brand, they are happy to spend more for it; but businesses should be aware that these devoted customers also feel entitled to wield some control over the brand.
A group of three architecture students presented their design solution for Sunnyside Yard, an active rail yard in Queens, during the Urban Design Climate Workshop held at NYIT-New York City (Manhattan) in August.
Researchers in the Integrated Medical Systems Lab work year-round to develop novel medical devices to combat diseases and disorders.
The best way to defeat killer bacteria? Give people harmless viruses says Assistant Professor Bryan Gibb, Ph.D., in an op-ed in Salon.
NYIT researchers received a $426,621 grant from the National Science Foundation for a micro-computed tomography machine, which will allow them to explore the internal spaces and structures of specimen at the microscopic level.
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