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Tandon Professor Discovers Faults in iPhone Fingerprint Sensor

Tandon Professor Discovers Faults in iPhone Fingerprint Sensor

Herman Lee, Staff Writer
April 17, 2017
Filed under NEWS, TOP STORIES, University News

NYU Tandon Professor Nasir Memon, NYU Postdoctoral Fellow Aditi Roy, Michigan State University Professor Arun Ross discovered iPhone fingerprint censor easily hackable due to fingerprint similarities and shortcomings in software.

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Two Tandon Professors Win CAREER Awards

Two Tandon Professors Win CAREER Awards

Sayer Devlin, Deputy News Editor
March 22, 2017
Filed under City News, NEWS, NYU, University News

Two Tandon professors have recently received CAREER awards from the National Science Foundation for researching the future of urban energy and transportation.

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More Than A Hashtag: The Rise of the #BlackLivesMatter Movement

More Than A Hashtag: The Rise of the #BlackLivesMatter Movement

Kati Garrity, Staff Writer
March 8, 2016
Filed under Diversity at NYU, NEWS, University News

NYU researchers examined how social media played a role in advancing the #BlackLivesMatter social justice movement.

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NYC vendors not complying to 21 and up cigarette law change

NYC vendors not complying to 21 and up cigarette law change

Christine Wang, Deputy News Editor
November 30, 2015
Filed under NEWS, University News

NYU researchers discovered after NYC raised the legal age to purchase cigarettes to 21, few retailers are enforcing the law since the change.

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Health impacts of urban design analyzed

Health impacts of urban design analyzed

Tiffanie Hwang, Contributing Writer
March 2, 2015
Filed under FEATURES

A recent study by researchers from NYU and East China Normal University explores the effects of urban design on obesity levels in China

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Study relates violence to school performance

Study relates violence to school performance

Marita Vlachou, Staff Writer
April 22, 2014
Filed under NEWS

When the homicide rate increases in a community, primary school children are more likely to fail a grade. A new study, co-authored by NYU sociology professor Florencia Torche and doctoral student Monica Caudillo, found these results. The study is based on the statistical analysis of a large data...

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