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Electromagnetic interference

New Tech Delivers High-Tech Film That Blocks Electromagnetic Interference

Electromagnetic interference (EMI), which can harm smartphones, tablets, chips, drones, wearables, and even aircraft and human health, is increasing with the explosive proliferation of devices that...
artificial intelligence tool

Artificial Intelligence Tool Accurately Identifies Cancer Type & Genetic Changes in...

A new computer program can analyze images of patients’ lung tumors, specify cancer types, and even identify altered genes driving abnormal cell growth, a...
Flexible Robotic Scope

New Flexible Robotic Scope Enables Physicians to Remove Large Colorectal Lesions...

Each year, an estimated 140,000 individuals in the United States are diagnosed with colorectal cancer, a malignancy that often develops from a benign polyp into...
Sailing Polar Waters

Surprising Findings on the Physics of Water Entry Could Lead to...

Countless times a day, seabirds dive-catch prey from the ocean, boats enter the water from dry land, and seaplanes touch down gently amid the waves. The...
All-Terrain Vehicle

NYU Tandon Students Build an All-Terrain Vehicle from the Ground up

Last year for the first time in school history, a group of students participated in the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Baja competition. In Baja SAE,...
nanomaterial

The Ultimate Defense Against Hackers May Be Just a Few Atoms...

The next generation of electronic hardware security may be at hand as researchers at New York University Tandon School of Engineering introduce a new...
research institute

New Artificial Intelligence Research Institute Launches

On November 15, New York University celebrated the launch of the AI Now Institute, a new research center that will study the social implications...
antidotes

Tandon Researcher Engineering Antidotes to Chemical Weapons

Chemical weapons and other toxic agents including pesticides pose a serious health threat worldwide, whether they are deliberately released or emitted by accident from...
implants

Researchers Find a Strong Candidate for Bone-Friendly Implants in Heat-Tempered Magnesium...

Titanium is the preferred material for surgical fixation procedures ranging from knee replacement to jaw implants. However, since this super-strong metal is not absorbed...
smart gunvideo

NYU Tandon Wins $1 Million Competition for Smart Gun Design

A student team at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering has won the Smart Gun Design contest funded by Borough President Eric Adams. The...
Syntactic foams

Researchers Show How Syntactic Foams Can Be Produced for Cars and...

Syntactic foams — strong, exceptionally light materials made of plastic perfused with hollow microspheres — are used in everything from buoys and boat hulls...
immune system

Understanding the Immune System on a Nano-scale

Gaining a better understanding of immune cells allows physicians to more effectively diagnose, monitor, and treat a wide range of diseases. Their complexity and...
Shoulder Surfing

Tricking the Eye to Defeat Shoulder Surfing Attacks

Every ATM or smartphone user can attest to the discomfort of having a stranger standing close enough to observe a financial transaction — and...
5G Mobile Technology, methane hydrate

Researchers Use Novel Microreactor to Study Formation of Methane Hydrate, an...

Researchers at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering are using a novel means of studying how methane and water form methane hydrate that allows...
Regenerative Medicine

NYU Scientists Invent New Protein for Regenerative Medicine

“How,” crooned British pop band the Bee Gees to their fans in the 1970s, “can you mend a broken heart?” Well, those working in...
gene editing

Gene-Editing-Induced Changes in Ant Social Communication Cement the Insect’s Utility for...

Ants have proven themselves to be the newest (and brightest) animal model on the laboratory block. Nevertheless, “ants-as-animal-model” darlings is a fairly new thing....
biomaterial

Researchers at NYU Tandon Create New Biomaterial That Delivers Both a...

Clinicians today have an arsenal of more than 200 drugs at their disposal for treating a range of cancers — 68 drugs were approved...
robotic fish

Researchers Pair Robotics and Information Theory to Better Understand Predator and...

With help from robotic fish, researchers at the New York University Tandon School of Engineering are demonstrating how information theory can offer insight into...
autism

Tech Triumph: How Computer Imaging Is Predicting Autism

When clinical researchers wondered if it would be possible to detect autism before they could spot behavioral clues, they added to their team one...
wireless communication

The Quest Begins to Bring Ultra-speed Wireless Connectivity to First Responders

Researchers met here yesterday to jump-start technology that could enable first responders to relay video in moving ambulances, employ virtual reality in emergencies, receive...