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With the help of a nearly $400,000 NIH grant, NYIT researchers are looking for ways to prevent patients with chronic kidney disease from developing heart disease.
Ten student-athletes wore mouth guards with sensors to see how hits effect their cognition.
In a Facebook Live session, NYIT students take viewers on a live hunt for the answer to antibiotic resistance—viruses.
With the help of a nearly $300,000 NSF grant, NYIT faculty are developing a soil nutrient sensing system to enhance crop growth and reduce contamination from agricultural runoff.
In an article on LiveScience, Assistant Professor Jason Bourke, Ph.D., details his new research examining how different species of duck-billed dinosaurs “tooted” different notes from their crests.
Two NYIT students and an alumna won first place at the Metropolitan Association of College and University Biologists conference for their work with bacteriophages.
Putting juveniles in solitary confinement has damaging effects on their mental health. It’s time the practice is eliminated, argues Associate Professor Emily Restivo.
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.
April 26, 2019 10:00 am
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