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Yahoo | August 6, 2018

Teen scientists discuss the gender gap in STEM


CNN | June 22, 2016

Everyday Health | December 15, 2015

Pulses: Mystery Superfoods With Big Health Benefits



The New York Times | October 15, 2015

Girls in STEM Fields


Medical Device and Diagnostic Industry (MD+DI) | October 2, 2015

FDA Enthusiastic about Mobile Health Data


The Huffington Post | September 9, 2015

ADHD and Diet: The Effect of Omega-3 Fatty Acids


The Huffington Post | August 26, 2015

The Problem With Protein


The Huffington Post | August 25, 2015

Unleashing Our Children's Potential


Popular Science Online | June 22, 2015

Scientists Are Studying Subway Germs To Keep Us Healthier





Scientific American | April 13, 2015

Was I Wrong about "The End of Science"?


New Straits Times | April 3, 2015

CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE: Unlocking the gift



Everyday Health | March 26, 2015

Weight Management for Type 2 Diabetes


Time Out New York Kids - Online | March 24, 2015

Day camp: The best summer camps in and near NYC




Huffington Post | March 12, 2015

Can Dementia Be Prevented Through Nutrition?



Huffington Post | February 21, 2015

Dementia: From Myths to Reality and Solutions


United Press International Online | February 18, 2015

New York City sea levels could rise up to six feet by 2100




Time Out New York Kids - Online | February 12, 2015

Summer camps 2015: The best science camps for kids in New York City



ScienceDaily | January 20, 2015

Current nutrition labeling is hard to digest









Politico | September 22, 2014

Spreading STEM success



Brooklyn Daily Eagle | August 13, 2014

Gillibrand tours Brooklyn YMCA summer camp






Harvard Gazette | July 28, 2014

Adam Cohen receives 2014 Blavatnik Award



New Straits Times | July 6, 2014

SCHOOLS: Making science popular




British Medical Journal | April 16, 2014

Some progress and some missed targets in the TB epidemic


National Geographic Educaiton Blog | April 10, 2014

NYAS Participates in NGX Challenge–And so can you!



In The Pipeline | April 9, 2014

The State of Alzheimer's Research, 2014



New Straits Times | March 28, 2014

Sustaining growth beyond 2020




The Organization of Asia-Pacific News Agencies | March 19, 2014

Education Minister Meets Carnegie Mellon University, New York Academy of Sciences CEOs


Qatar Tribune | March 18, 2014

Experts discuss latest advances in neurology



Gulf Times | March 15, 2014

Clinical neuroscience meet begins



Progressive Dairyman Magazine | March 5, 2014

Student challenge targets dairy data improvement






Medical Design Technology | February 28, 2014

A World Free from Cancers: Probable, Possible, or Preposterous?


Scientific American | February 20, 2014

When Scientists Go Bad [Podcast]



IdeaConnection Blog | February 13, 2014

Novel Idea Wins Mental Health Open Innovation Contest


Psychology Today Blog | February 8, 2014

Imagining the Best Way to Die


The Chicago Council on Global Affairs | February 1, 2014

Global Food for Thought News Brief



Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News | January 21, 2014

Nanotechnology: Is the Magic Bullet Becoming Reality?


The New York Times | January 14, 2014

Breathing in vs. Spacing Out


The Dana Foundation | June 13, 2013

Debating Insulin's Role in Alzheimer's


Nature | June 12, 2013

Science prizes: The new Nobels




Chemical & Engineering News | June 3, 2013

Young Scientists Awards Expand





Nature Medicine | May 7, 2013

Straight talk with... Mandana Arabi






e! Science News | April 11, 2013

Sea mammals find US safe harbor



Scientific American Blog | February 14, 2013

Free Kits Help 10-Year-Olds See Their DNA




MetroFocus/Thirteen.org | January 25, 2013

Listening in: Climate Panel Grapples with Urban Future



LiveScience.com | February 10, 2013

Exercising Your Brain May Improve Your Life









Nature.com | July 11, 2012

Turning point: Alison Galvani



Multiple Sclerosis Discovery Forum | June 29, 2012

Meeting notes: Imaging neurodegeneration and repair in MS






Go Local Worcester | June 19, 2012

UMass Researcher Wins Janssen Award


Mass High Tech | June 19, 2012

Two Mass. scientists win $100K prize from J&J


The Wall Street Journal | June 18, 2012

Music Lessons May Benefit the Diaper Set





Policy Shop: The Demos Weblog | June 13, 2012

Needed: Grads Who Can Solve Problems and Think Critically


Center for American Progress | June 7, 2012

Idea of the Day: New Carbon Rule Will Spur More Clean Energy



Pacific Standard | June 5, 2012

Listening to Music Aids in Stroke Recovery


New Straits Times | May 31, 2012

Striving for reforms on a proven path




The Rockefeller University | May 23, 2012

Two Rockefeller postdocs win Blavatnik Awards


InnovationTrail | May 23, 2012

The case for investing in research




Princeton University | May 21, 2012

Princeton's Bernevig receives 2012 Blavatnik Award







The Sun Daily | May 17, 2012

M'sia to 'Strive' for education reforms








The Observer | May 15, 2012

Music improves kids' intelligence




Medical News Today | May 12, 2012

Music Lessons Good For Babies' Brains


CheapFlights Travel Blog | May 11, 2012

#FollowFriday: who to follow today



NY Daily News | May 10, 2012

Music training benefits babies' brains





Nature Blog | April 20, 2012

All Work and No Play






Nature Blog | March 29, 2012

Predicting the Sea: Science and the City


Scientific American Blog | March 21, 2012

Food Safety: A Job for 10-Year-Olds?



New Straits Times | March 15, 2012

Learning About Better Education


Policy Shop: The Demos Weblog | March 12, 2012

Girls Need Support to Succeed in Science


Under the Microscope | March 9, 2012

Meghan Groome - NYAS - Science Education and Mentoring



Policy Shop: The Demos Weblog | March 9, 2012

Teacher Retention Requires Battling, Not Causing, Low Morale




Policy Shop / Demos | February 15, 2012

Girl Scouts Heart Science Education





Nature News Blog | February 7, 2012

Video: Debating H5N1 and dual-use research


Double X Science | February 6, 2012

Double Xpression: Meghan Groome



Scientific American Observations Blog | February 3, 2012

Schism over H5N1 Avian Flu Research Leaks Out


The Sydney Morning Herald | February 3, 2012

Bird Flu Mutation Sparks Fears of Deadly Pandemic



Discover Magazine, The Loom Blog | February 3, 2012

Flu Fighters


Nature News Blog | February 3, 2012

Emotion Runs High at H5N1 Event


Girl Scouts Blog | February 2, 2012

Girls Love STEM: Live Blog!


New York Times, Dot Earth | January 31, 2012

Story Collider: Where Science is a Story Well Told




The Sackler Messenger | Winter 2012

The NYAS STEM Program: Mentoring Future Scientists


Education Week | January 23, 2012

Q & A With Carol Tang on STEM After School



Colorado State University | January 6, 2012

Food Science and Human Nutrition Graduate Student Earns Awards



Discover Magazine, The Loom Blog | January 3, 2012

January 24: Science Ink comes to the New York Academy of Sciences


ScienceLine | January 3, 2012

Almost human: Navigating the uncanny valley

Physorg.com | December 29, 2011

Social robotics: Beyond the uncanny valley



Newsday | December 4, 2011

Port Jefferson Physicist Receives Award


Columbia Medicine | Fall 2011

Grad Students Go from Bench to Blackboard


New Straits Times | November 21, 2011

Look to the West for Knowledge


The New York Times | November 20, 2011

Evening Hours


Scientific American | October 21, 2011

Family Science Night


Greening the Apple | September 20, 2011

An Artistic Spin on Climate Science


Crain's New York Business | March 28, 2011

40 Under Forty Class of 2011: Shaifali Puri


TIME | March 28, 2011

140 Best Twitter Feeds








Dana Foundation Blog | February 10, 2011

Rare Neurological Conditions Can Lead to Discovery




Natural Products Insider | November 29, 2010

DSM Fights Hidden Hunger with New Partnership



The Huffington Post | November 17, 2010

The Global Nutrition Movement




Our Amazing Planet | October 04, 2010

Details of 18th-century 'Ground Zero Ship' Revealed






TechCrunch | September 12, 2010

Can Russia Build a Silicon Valley?



The Huffington Post | January 27, 2010

Y'Want Jobs? Small Business? Then Fund Education


Nature Structural and Molecular Biology | May 2009

Locavore Science


Fast Company | December 17, 2008

Scientists Can Dance


New Hampshire Public Radio | November 13, 2008

Science, Art, and the Five Senses


The New York Times | October 31, 2008

Art Teams With Science to Explain It All to Yo