Features and Videos
Imagine you could use a 3-D printer to build a couch or a house. With Associate Professor Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa’s portable 3-D printer, that idea might be closer that you think.
In a Facebook Live session, Assistant Professor Dongsei Kim, M.Des., and Stephen Noerper, a fellow at Columbia University, discussed the impact architecture could have on the Korean DMZ.
Associate Professor Brian Beatty, Ph.D., and a group of Japanese scientists rediscover a bone that was once believed to belong to a dinosaur. The fossil is actually that of a femur from the ancient mammal Paleoparadoxia.
In a Facebook Live session, Assistant Professor Joanne Donoghue, Ph.D., and NYITCOM student Mina Divan, talk about the right and wrong ways for runners to fuel their bodies.
Assistant Professor Dorinamaria Carka, Ph.D., and NYIT student Ian Kelly are using magnetic micro- and nanoparticles to deliver drugs directly to cancerous cells.
Funded by the U.S. Army, Assistant Professor Fang Li, Ph.D., is developing a biosensor to be used by troops deployed in remote locales to quickly detect toxicity levels in water.
Women who increase their exercise level to boost their metabolism are actually lowering it according to new research by Assistant Professor Joanne Donoghue, Ph.D., and a group of medical students.
Assistant Professor Bryan Gibb, Ph.D., and a team of undergraduate students look to the kitchen sponge for solutions to antibiotic resistance.
September 27, 2018 9:00 am
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