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Boomers Share the Most Fake News on Facebook, Study Finds
A new study found that age was the main factor that determined whether someone would spread misinformation on Facebook.
Researchers Created Fake 'Master' Fingerprints to Unlock Smartphones
It’s the same principle as a master key, but applied to biometric identification with a high rate of success.
Mixed Reality Technology Makes Remote Studio Tours Possible
Students at NYU’s Integrated Digital Media program developed a cutting-edge way to conduct studio visits with artists remotely.
High Tech Drag-cessories: Color Changing Wig and Light Controlling Nails
Inventor Jordan Frand sourced input from drag and burlesque performers.
Two Years Later, Vision Scientists Are Still Studying the Dress
Yes, that dress.
5G Survives a Critical Test: The Backcountry
Engineers take millimeter-wave wireless into the wilds of southern Virginia.
This Handwriting Algorithm Could Help Robots Understand Causality
If a robot sees a crushed can, how will it know what to do with it?
The Punk Rock Life of a Rare Book Librarian
Talking to trained organist, original punk, studied librarian, and self-taught archivist Marvin J. Taylor of NYU's Fales Library & Special Collection.
Why Screams Are Terrifying
The science of fear.
New York's Attorney General Wants to Know Why This College Isn't Free Anymore
Cooper Union started charging tuition two years ago amid allegations of financial mismanagement, and now the school is having to defend its actions in court.
New York University Waited Months to Tell Cops a Student Set His Classmate on Fire
Only after a 19-year-old discovered burn marks on her torso and Snapchat evidence the next day did she realize exactly what had happened.
The Do It Well and Leave Something Witchy Issue
The Final Secret of David Wojnarowicz
Since he died of AIDS, David Wojnarowicz has been the subject of a movie, a biography, and an upcoming Whitney retrospective, but he has one last secret: the Magic Box.