For Earth Month, we must take notice of our rapidly changing planet.
Five ways NYU Abu Dhabi is creating a more sustainable future.
A more sustainable way to make cement.
NYU Abu Dhabi researchers are part of an international research team whose findings are featured on the cover of the journal Nature.
Zimoun: A Series of Immersive Sound Sculptures, is on show until June 1.
NYUAD’s liberal arts education teaches you to ask difficult questions, discover new ideas, and build practical skills to become an expert in your own field — whatever that may be.
Core courses address major global challenges, including the pursuit of equality, justice, peace, health, sustainability, and a rich understanding of humanity.
Check the calendar for important dates and events happening in 2018-19.
Research at NYU Abu Dhabi deepens our understanding of the world and ourselves.
Natural product research is seeing a renaissance.
Some popular North African dates are distinctly different and delicious. This might be why.
The Arab world, from a different angle.
As environments change, so do the plants, animals, and people living in them.
See where we learn, work, live, and play.
NYUAD Explains is a series of short, insightful videos about us and the world we live in. Topics are explained by NYU Abu Dhabi researchers.
It turns out taking a nap is just as good for your health as eating a salad.
Stars are so pretty, right? Actually, stars are giant balls of hot gas moving at frightening speeds. Stargazing will never be the same.
There's a reason it's easy to remember words like chocolate and pajamas.
NYU Abu Dhabi Professor Philip Kennedy wins the Sheikh Zayed Book Award in the 'Arab Culture in Other Languages' category.
"I will be working with the Foundation on my placement in the coming months, but I hope to be working on technology education for women in Malaysia."
22 microalgal genomes from the UAE’s mangroves, open seas, salt flats, deserts, and urban areas sequenced.
Economics at NYUAD ranks 8th in Asia for research output.
NYU Abu Dhabi offers a lively forum for the exchange of ideas with local audiences as well as worldwide academic and research communities.
April 24 2019
NYU Abu Dhabi Conference Center
Poetry and music in contexts of political instability with Kelly Askew, a renown anthropologist and ethnographic filmmaker.
April 25, 2019
The Red Theater, The Arts Center
An exploration of race, culture, and identity with an amalgamation of African-American social dance, African, Tap, Jazz, Modern, and Hip-Hop.
April 30, 2019
The Arts Center at NYU Abu Dhabi
Join us for a conversation with biologist and filmmaker Alexis Gambis who will discuss his latest feature Son of Monarchs.