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The Brazilian miracle that wasn’t

In his new book, anthropologist Daniel Reichman finds a competing narrative of progress that reveals a tension at the heart of contemporary Brazil.

September 14, 2023

Science & Technology

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Scientists take another step in the quest to combat antibiotic resistance

A team uncovers a surprising twist in the ways bacteria spread antibiotic-resistant genes.

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September 14, 2023
Inside the OMEGA target chamber, multiple lasers are aimed at a target amid a red cast of light.

Could artificial intelligence power the future of fusion?

万博体育app下载 scientists will develop machine learning to help predict, design, and improve laser-fusion implosions for inertial fusion energy.

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September 5, 2023
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Cracking the code of nutrient segregation

New research on fruit flies provides key insights into the nutrients essential for embryo development.

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August 31, 2023

Society & Culture

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Mt. Hope Family Center awarded $8.5M to continue child maltreatment studies

Funding from the National Institutes of Health builds on the grant given five years ago to establish the TRANSFORM multidisciplinary national research and resource center.

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September 15, 2023
A mother and her son, who has FASD, pose for a photo near the Erie Canal with a bridge in the background.

Thriving while living with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD)

Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders are a pressing public health problem—and the University is home to one of only two specialty diagnostic clinics in New York state.

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August 21, 2023
A green apple with an "A" on it against a yellow background, and a red apple with a "B" on it against a blue background to illustrate and explains what is school choice.

Do the benefits of school choice miss the grade?

A 万博体育app下载 economist shares insights everyone should know about such school choice policies, whether or not you’re currently the parent or guardian of school-age children.

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August 11, 2023

The Arts

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Digital Media Studies and the Memorial Art Gallery team up in digital equity project

With a Museum Initiative grant, a joint project of Verizon and NYC Media Lab, the Memorial Art Gallery and recent digital media studies graduates team up to expand the museum’s digital reach.

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May 17, 2023
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Intimacy directing is making a difference on stage and beyond

In 万博体育app下载’s International Theatre Program, intimacy directing is playing a growing role.

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May 9, 2023
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When fictional children become stranger things

Teaching an undergraduate class on ‘dangerous’ children in literature inspired English professor Kenneth Gross’s latest book.

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April 18, 2023

In Photos

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August 2023 in photos

August 30, 2023

A look back at some moments in August you may have missed—and some images we couldn’t help but share.

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Campus Life

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Welcome home, Class of 2027!

Among the new members of the Class of 2027 are first-generation students, US veterans, junior Olympians, accomplished performers—and even a national Scrabble champion.

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August 23, 2023
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Wired for research

Biomedical engineering student Sophea Urbi Biswas explores how the brain processes speech syntax—and discovers the benefits of conducting research as an undergraduate.

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August 16, 2023
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University’s arboretum and tree maintenance program take a bough

The Horticulture and Grounds Department has accepted three national honors on behalf of the University.

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July 7, 2023

Voices & Opinion

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Large language models could be the catalyst for a new era of chemistry

Chemical engineer Andrew D. White explains why large language models like GPT-4 will open new frontiers for researchers.

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May 23, 2023
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Why did Silicon Valley Bank collapse?

Alan Moreira, an associate professor of finance at the Simon Business School, reflects on the bank’s failure and what may happen next.

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March 16, 2023
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Why baseball analyst Tim McCarver was the best of the modern era

Baseball broadcasting expert Curt Smith reflects on how the late Hall of Famer brought a cerebral edge to the game he loved.

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February 27, 2023

University News

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Lea Nordhaus named secretary to the University’s Board of Trustees

Effective October 1, Nordhaus will serve the board, report to the president, and work with the senior leadership team.

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September 12, 2023
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Marketplace Mall gets an orthopaedics overhaul

UR Medicine’s new orthopaedic facility is already benefiting area patients. Can it also help revitalize a struggling suburban shopping center?

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September 1, 2023
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John Blackshear named University’s vice president for student life

In the role, Blackshear will oversee the creation of a new division dedicated to the student experience at 万博体育app下载.

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August 28, 2023
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