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Abu Dhabi has become a hotbed for both old and new artistic talent; here’s your essential art hit list for the UAE capital for this and next year.Huffingtonpost | December 27, 2018
The Washington Redskins axed a deal in 2014 with Chinese tech giant Huawei to provide free wifi at games near the nation’s capital after being warned that the company could pose a cybersecurity threat.
US-based Intel Corporation, a leading technology company, said it has awarded NYU Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) a research grant of three years of funding, equating to $300,000 worth of support, towards helping further develop a cybersecurity research project.
The European champions were preparing at Zayed Sports City with their last-four clash with Kashima Antlers taking place on Wednesday at 8.30pm.
When a dinner party for a special guest requires a little extra effort rely on a familiar recipe and focus on fun.salon | December 19, 2018
It’s been a year for remarkable happenings and new institutions taking root.
Sheikha Majida Al Maktoum and Amal Al Gergawi are taking up studies at the University of Oxford.
Sheikha Majida Al Maktoum and Amal Al Gergawi are taking up studies at the University of Oxford.
How to maximize your time in this new cultural hot spot? Here, key tips on seeing the best art and architecture, eating like a king (or a mere mortal) and hobnobbing with falcons.The Wall Street Journal | December 13, 2018
The Philippines is Asia’s oldest democracy, but for generations, its democratic mechanisms have been hijacked by those seeking to impose their will. Under President Rodrigo Duterte, the country is sliding towards the authoritarianism it suffered during the long dictatorship of Ferdinand Marcos.
Nine NYU Abu Dhabi students were split into three groups, each tackling the steps of putting an exhibition together: 'I am impressed by the choices of the students,' says Zaki Nusseibeh.The National | December 02, 2018
Katching Kipchoge, a community relay race event organized by NYU Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) Athletics and Fitness at the University’s outdoor track, saw five teams out of the 12, comprising of 10-20 runners each, collectively succeed at breaking Eliud Kipchoge’s marathon world record.
“At one point I wanted to stop,” he says. “I had to force myself to keep going.”
In Spring 2019, the NYU Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) Art Gallery, the University’s academic museum-gallery, will present the work of acclaimed Swiss artist Zimoun.
NYU Abu Dhabi professor's research reveals workers are allowing gender stereotypes to put limits on their own ambitions.The National | November 24, 2018
The Nobel prize-winning American economist, Thomas J. Sargent, is teaching a course on quantitative economics this fall at NYU Abu Dhabi (NYUAD).
NYU Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) Art Gallery will present the work of acclaimed Swiss installation artist Zimoun next spring, marking the artist’s first project in the Gulf.
NYU Abu Dhabi has announced that the Nobel prize-winning American economist, Thomas J. Sargent, is teaching a course on quantitative economics.
Following the signing last year of a Memorandum of Understanding, MoU, between the Ministry of Culture and Knowledge Development and New York University Abu Dhabi, NYUAD, The Arts Centre at the university has been actively working with the ministry to support Emirati artistes and enhance the culture of artistic creation and performance across the UAE.
Chemicals that diffuse from coral surfaces into the surrounding seawater could be used as indicators of coral health.
Scientists report that corals, though they are stationary organisms, can alter their surroundings by producing unique molecules that can help recruit healthy microbiomes and fight parasitic microbes.
New research pinpoints how a desire for excitement inspires support for violent extremism.
Exciting, peaceful activities: American Psychological Association says boredom may be driving rise in shootings and bombings.Daily Mail | October 30, 2018
Emirati artist and photographer Ammar Al Attar explores the often unknown or overlooked stories of cultural practices around film and cinema-going in the UAE. At The Project Space, NYU Abu Dhabi. Until November 5.
Stereotypical male traits such as assertiveness and competitiveness are 'must-haves', says research.
Research carried out at New York University Abu Dhabi could have stark consequences for climate change.
On Baby Loss Awareness Week, conversations about miscarriage and fertility issues are often fraught with guilt and embarrassment. But these issues affect more people than we imagine.
'Popular Proverbs: An Entrance to Emirati Culture' and' UAE 101: Stories and Cultural Learnings' explore how to speak Arabic with an Emirati dialect like a native.
Hundreds of local and international speakers have led discussions at the institute since it opened its doors in 2008.
When a glacier breaks up, the images can be breathtaking — and a sobering reminder of the trouble we are in. Reuters photographer Lucas Jackson managed to document one of these moments when he was in Greenland with scientists earlier this year.
"In space, you have continuous data," study lead author Othman Benomar, a stellar scientist at New York University Abu Dhabi, told Space.com.
Scientists at the NYU Abu Dhabi Center for Space Science used observations from NASA's Kepler mission and asteroseismology—the study of sound waves traveling inside stars—to determine with precision how Sun-like stars rotate, which no other scientific method has been able to achieve.
A loud rumble jolted climate scientist David Holland just before he went to sleep inside his bear-resistant dome. The thundering sound grew louder as he watched a chunk of ice about a third the size of Manhattan break away from the Helheim glacier.
Perched on a cliff above Greenland’s Helheim glacier, I tried calling my wife in New York on a satellite phone. Before I could leave a message, an explosion broke the arctic silence.
Women in our study recognized that being less visible in the office could hurt their odds of promotion. But they worried that violating feminine norms could leave them even worse off.
The Khalifa Fund for Enterprise Development, KFED, successfully held the first On-Tour event of the Pitch@Palace competition at StartAD in New York University Abu Dhabi.
NYU Abu Dhabi professor leads research into the dangers of soil ‘liquefaction’
5 songs that influenced NYU Abu Dhabi Arts Centre artistic director Bill Bragin.
A team of researchers has uncovered the distinct computations that occur when we switch between different languages, a finding that provides new insights into the nature of bilingualism.
The son of Afrobeat pioneer Fela will play the Barzakh Festival next year. Saeed Saeed talks to him about maintaining his father’s artistic legacy.
Researchers have prepared a light-emitting organic material that can be used to print patterns, write documents and even encode secret codes on a filter paper using just sunlight.
Researchers at New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) have revealed that our brains have an ‘auto-correct’ function that makes sense of ambiguous sounds.Abu Dhabi World | August 29, 2018
List of book reviews.Journal of the History of Ideas Blog | August 25, 2018
Medwakh and shisha have been linked to mouth bacteria that can result in heart attacks
Arabic Collections Online plans to digitise 23,000 volumes of Arabic writings making them accessible for the public.
3D printing provides an effective, low-cost technique for fabricating MFPs used in cancer research.
The Philippines has undertaken a brutal battle against “shabu,” or crystal methamphetamine. But the government needs to go after another target entirely.
Melissa Levinson is a graduate of New York University Abu Dhabi where she majored in Middle Eastern Studies with a concentration in Arabic.
The launch of a new book is turning the spotlight on the Emirati dialect in a bid to help non-native Arabic speakers gain a deeper appreciation of the vernacular.Abu Dhabi World | August 02, 2018
Films created by participants in Image Nation Abu Dhabi’s flagship training programme Arab Film Studio have now screened over 200 times at prestigious film festivals around the globe.
The target is to have digitised 20,000 to 25,000 books by 2021, says Ginny Danielson, the outgoing head of the NYUAD library.
The UAE government is making sure that all educational institutions have started using artificial intelligence.Khaleej Times | July 23, 2018
Chinese university students in the UAE have spoken positively on their experiences in the country, noting how the UAE’s hospitality along with its world-class education institutions makes the country an ideal choice for completing their higher education.
In the waters of the Arabian Sea, a vast "dead zone" the size of Scotland is expanding and scientists say climate change may be to blame.
Researchers from the National Institute of Technology, Meghalaya, India, and the New York University Abu Dhabi, UAE have designed a versatile crystal material that can be twisted with heat, bent with light, is elastic and can heal itself by heating or cooling.
In the waters of the Arabian Sea, a vast “dead zone” the size of Scotland is expanding and scientists say climate change may be to blame.
NYUAD announces 2019 Shaikh Mohammad Bin Zayed scholarship recipients.
NYUAD student's research would protect vaccines being transported in high temperatures.
Rodenbough has been selected as one of over 800 US citizens who will teach and provide expertise abroad for the 2018-2019 academic year as part of the Fulbright program.
The Helheim Glacier in Greenland just lost 10 billion tons of ice--and scientists captured it on camera.National Geographic | July 11, 2018
Scientists in eastern Greenland captured an incredible scene on video: the moment an iceberg measuring 4 miles (6 kilometers) long, separated from the Helheim Glacier and drifted away.
An Emirati student is on a mission to spread awareness on mental health by turning real-life tragic experiences into artwork, including stories of suicidal teens, youngsters who were addicted to pills, self-harming and ones suffering from depression and anxiety.
NYUAD graduate Yumi Gambrill spent a year working to identify a chemical with anti-cataract properties found in a plant called Cleome rupicola.
At a time when US political rhetoric revolves around walls and travel bans, "Good Morning America" spoke to a group of young international students to hear their thoughts on the current state of America.
startAD, the innovation and entrepreneurship platform anchored at NYU Abu Dhabi, has partnered with Khalifa Fund for Enterprise Development for the first time to present an updated version of Ibtikari (My Innovation).
The Art Gallery at New York University Abu Dhabi has announced its next show; curated by Sam Bardaouil and Till Fellrath, will come to the gallery in September.
StartAD, the innovation and entrepreneurship platform anchored at NYU Abu Dhabi, has opened applications for its inaugural Artificial Intelligence (AI) Venture Launchpad.
Hoda Al Khzaimi is aiming to empower women in science by assisting them with scholarships, resources, funding and a support network.
More women in the UAE and the rest of the Middle East are enrolling in science and technology subjects than in many countries.
A recent study suggests that people stop embracing new music at 27 years and 11 months. We explore the reasons for our nostalgia and discuss the need to listen to the latest hits.
New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) has signed an agreement with the Department of Health – Abu Dhabi (DOH) to enable researchers to better understand the risk factors for common diseases among Emiratis.Gulf News Online | June 28, 2018
Coral reefs are in crisis. being wiped out by rising sea temperatures — a consequence of climate change. But in one region, some corals are withstanding the heat.CNN | June 27, 2018
It's the season to be arty in the capital
Cartography, which premieres at the Kennedy Centre in Washington DC in January, addresses not the typical theatre-going public, but young people – many the same age as those attempting these border crossings on their own – and uses technology to draw them in.
Listen to Executive Artistic Director of The Arts Center at NYUAD Bill Bragin discuss his early career highlights and the musical journey which led to his current role at NYUAD.
Distinct molecular mechanisms can generate the same features in different neurons, a team of scientists has discovered. Its findings, enhance our understanding of brain cell development, according to Science Daily.
Panče Naumov, NYU Abu Dhabi, Naba K. Nath, National Institute of Technology, Meghalaya, India, and colleagues have engineered a molecular soft cocrystalline structure that bends and twists reversibly and without disintegration when stimulated by high temperature, mechanical force, or under UV light.
Thabet Al Qaissieh built an observatory as a hobby and is now working with one of the most prestigious universities in the world. David Russell, an assistant professor of physics at NYUAD, is leading the university’s research team.
Grant provided by Carnegie Corporation of New York to support Arabic Collections Online.
The past’s ability to shed light on the future and what the future will look like was the center of Robert Allen’s morning speech at the 2018 Trento Economics Festival. Allen is a Global Distinguished Professor of Economic History at New York University Abu Dhabi.Il Trentino | June 03, 2018
A modern Arabic calligraphy exhibition at the Sharjah Museum of Islamic Civilization brings to light how the practice, that dates back to the 7th century, is moving with the times.
In his latest exhibition – a fine word, galaxy – multi-disciplinary American artist Jonny Farrow, who often works with sound to investigate transmission, liminality and resonance, builds upon his past meditations on temporality, here primarily via sculpture.
New York University Abu Dhabi’s Associate Professor of Chemistry, Pance Naumov, has been named a 2018-2019 Radcliffe Institute Fellow at Harvard University.
The exhibition “revolves around the creation of harmony from disparity”, says the organisers. What you’ll see is a number of different objects being used together, forming a whole from different parts.
As part of our series ‘Picturing Refugees,’ anthropologist Nathalie Peutz and photographer Nadia Benchallal discuss self-representation and the social significance of imagery after working with nine Yemeni refugees to document their lives in Djibouti over a year.
Maitha Al Memari and Hannah Taylor will use their grants to research ways to advance educational guidance in the UAE and to explore solutions to the US drug epidemic respectively.
Innovative dance performances, concert adventures inspired by classic American literature and the Barzakh Festival, here are the highlights of not-to-miss performances of the new season.
Studies involving New York University Abu Dhabi are helping to provide a detailed localisation for certain neural processes involved in language.
Two classes at Cranleigh Abu Dhabi are involved in the study. The technology was developed by Mohamad Eid, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at NYU Abu Dhabi.
A research project at NYUAD looks at the bird of prey’s place in history as an emblem of wealth and authority.
Gardens Speak is an interactive sound installation that invites participants to experience lives of ordinary people buried in Syrian gardens.
Huge, slow-moving waves that drive Earth's weather and shape the swirls in Jupiter's atmosphere also exist on the sun, new research reveals.
New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) celebrated its fifth graduation ceremony today honoring the many accomplishments, academic passion, and inspirational ambition of the Class of 2018. Degrees were conferred to 253 students from 71 countries at the ceremony that took place on the University’s campus on Saadiyat Island.
As a volunteer, the greatest gift you can give is your time. Read on to discover where to donate it, how it helps the community and why it’s good for you too.
The walls of Jazirat Al Hamra contain nearly 12 million pieces of coral and each is a clue to the past, say NYUAD researchers.
NYU Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) Class of 2018 student Yousteena Bocktor, 21, from Egypt, has been selected as a 2018 Al Ghurair STEM Scholar, which supports young Arabs pursuing fields in higher education in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).
Some species of dinoflagellates, also known as red tide, are toxic to humans and marine life.
Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Antonios Tzes has been manning a project across five different universities in five countries, to develop drones for use inside buildings, particularly in fire situations.
Should taxes on households making $250,000 or more a year be raised? When you ask Democrats this question, you get a very interesting answer: Those on the bottom of the income distribution appear to want lower taxes on high earners than those on the top do.
London tops global list followed by Tokyo and Melbourne.
Without models predicting how ice sheets interact with the ocean, one of the biggest questions on climate change remains unanswered.
Aspiring hackers from across the globe came together for NYU Abu Dhabi’s 8th Annual International Hackathon for Social Good in the Arab World that began from April 27th and lasted for 3 days on campus. Meet this year's winners.
Abu Dhabi, UAE – May 8, 2018: New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) Computer Science Program Head Godfried Toussaint has received a Lifetime Achievement Award in Computer Science from the Canadian Association for the Advancement of Computer Science (CS-Can/Info-Can).
The third season for The Arts Center at NYU Abu Dhabi culminates in a strong, thought-provoking production of Heather Raffo’s widely acclaimed Noura.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded a five-year grant to experts in the UAE and US to research rising sea levels.
On show in Abu Dhabi, works by Sandi Hilal and Alessandro Petti explore how human experiences and identities are shaped by the permanence or impermanence of the environment they live in.
Dawa, an application designed to tackle counterfeit medicine in the region using blockchain based pharmaceutical distribution, and Boosala, a refugee location application, have won top honors at NYU Abu Dhabi’s 8th Annual International Hackathon for Social Good in the Arab World.
The seven installations here form gathering spaces where architects Sandi Hilal and Alessandro Petti challenge visitors to identify with the growing phenomenon of permanent displacement.
Around 250 students from over 70 countries will make up the class of 2018.
The research will investigate possible global disruptions due to climate change.
Tania El Khoury's arresting play, which is running now at the New York University Abu Dhabi Arts Centre, invites its audience to listen to the stories of the Syrian dead.
Rains are essential to agriculture - as is understanding how climate change may alter them.
Ajman University has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with NYU Abu Dhabi to foster mutual cooperation in the area of education and research, as well as further strengthen the existing landscape for academic, scientific, artistic and athletic advancements.
NYU Abu Dhabi ‘s innovation and entrepreneurship platform, startAD, held a start-up showcase which concluded with grants awarded to three winning teams across three different award categories.
The two-hour documentary visits scientists around the world to understand how the climate system works and how man-made carbon emissions are already affecting our planet.The National | April 15, 2018
Culminating its third season, The Arts Center at NYU Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) hosts the Middle East premiere of Noura this May, a production directed by newly appointed NYUAD Associate Arts Professor Joanna Settle.
Global TIES for Children, NYU Steinhardt’s international research centre for improving the lives of vulnerable youth across the globe, will be leading the research and evaluation for a $100 million grant to promote the development and education of young children displaced by conflict in the Middle East.
More than 400 artists, media experts, musicians and cultural enthusiasts from 80 countries, united under one roof at the Culture Summit Abu Dhabi 2018 on Monday.
NYU Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) has announced that it is joining the global movement for the fourth consecutive year to raise awareness about autism. The dome of the university’s campus on Saadiyat will be lit blue throughout the month of April in a show of support for Autism Awareness Month.
Peter Dicce swapped the courtrooms of Philadelphia for the football pitches of Saadiyat Island.
Planetary scientists at New York University Abu Dhabi and NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory studied 147 extrasolar planetary systems with giant planets.
New research sheds light on the best ways to motivate people.Financial Times | April 04, 2018
After examining Russia’s 2014 disinformation campaign in Ukraine, we found that Russian propaganda has very uneven effects. Whether it sways individuals to vote for pro-Russian candidates — or backfires, and makes them less likely to do so — depends on the political predispositions of the target audience.
Women continue to be underrepresented in the cybersecurity workforce, which leads to missed opportunities for today’s organisations to acquire the best information security talents. But what is holding the security industry back from attracting more women in the field?
Under the patronage of H.H. Sheikha Shamsa bint Hamdan Al Nahyan and held by NYU Abu Dhabi in partnership with Abu Dhabi Music & Arts Foundation (ADMAF), the winning submission of the sixth edition of The Christo and Jeanne-Claude Award has been announced by the annual Selection Committee of The Christo and Jeanne-Claude Award.
Dr Bloom was recruited in 2008 to lead the new Abu Dhabi campus after a two-day retirement.
Sharing stories with a room of students and professors from American University of Paris and New York University.
There's an exponential amount of creativity, intelligence, and perseverance in the Arab world.Step Feed | March 26, 2018
Joseph Gelfand, associate professor of physics at New York University Abu Dhabi feels building a deep space radio telescope in the UAE would be a game-changer for astronomy and could inspire new generations of students to study science and engineering.The National | March 25, 2018
Co-curators Bana Kattan and Salwa Mikdadi were determined that the work of the artist duo they curated for the show at the New York University Abu Dhabi Art Gallery — Sandi Hilal and Alessandro Petti — not simply remain inside the gallery.
A team of biologists has deciphered how neurons used in the perception of motion form in the brain of a fly - a finding that illustrates how complex neuronal circuits are constructed from simple developmental rules.
Salwa Mikdadi, associate professor of art history at NYUAD, is considered one of ten influential voices in the creative landscape of the UAE today.
The UAE Healthy Future study, a first-of-its-kind one investigating the root causes of high levels of diabetes, obesity, and heart disease in the UAE, has reached a critical milestone, securing the participation of over 5,000 Emirati volunteers, out of the required 20,000.Khaleej Times | March 21, 2018
Finalists will be awarded a prototyping grant and be considered for investment and mentoring by startAD
We speak to Iraqi American composer Amir El Saffar about the evocative dance production staged at NYUAD Arts Centre.The National | March 20, 2018
Aysan Celik has found that laughter has an important role to play in helping us understand the extent of the climate crisis, and that a good laugh may be just what we need to be compelled into action.HowlRound | March 19, 2018
Carrisa Tehputri, a senior year student in NYU Abu Dhabi, shares some of her tips and experience on how to make use of opportunities in your youth.
The new poetry program started on Al Arabiya TV with an episode on the subject of Marcel Kurpershoek's recent edition of LAL (on the early 18th century satirical poet Humeidan al-Shuway'ir).
Permanent Temporariness is a mid-career retrospectiveof the artist duo Sandi Hilal and Alessandro petti. Their practice moves between art, architecture and pedagogy, often operating outside the typical art exhibition venue format.
The Palestinian filmmaker adopts cinema verite style and casts non-actors to capture the realities of occupation.The National | March 13, 2018
Within the next five years, robotics technology could allow surgeons to offer minimally invasive heart surgeries to patients in the UAE, top researcher Antonios Tzes said in the capital on Monday.
The ceremony awarded The Gulf Capital – ADMAF Creativity Award 2018 to Ahmed Al Tunaiji from New York University Abu Dhabi for the ‘Arasian’ short film.
The community came together on around the high-line on campus for a community walk to promote sports and physical activity in recognition of the nation-wide event. Students, faculty, and staff participated in the walk and wore t-shirts in one of the four colours of the UAE flag.
Whether it's leading a national conversation about gun control or fighting for girls' education and gender equality around the world, an increasing number of young women are stepping forward as change agents.
After studying in the US for a year, Davit realized that he wanted to find a place in the international arena and so obtained information about the New York University in Abu Dhabi (NYUAD).
The famed primatologist visited the UAE recently and a NatGeo documentary on her work will be the opening film.
Emirates Falconers’ Club, together with New York University Abu Dhabi and the International Fund of Houbara Conservation saw the official opening of the one of a kind falconry conference entitled Raptor and Falconry Depictions Throughout The Millennia on a Global Scale today at the New York University Abu Dhabi Conference Center.
The three-day “programming marathon” (in its seventh edition) will see computer science professors, founders of startups, technology professionals, and even venture capitalists from across the globe come together at New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) to lead teams of skilled computer science students.
In a panel discussion at the Emirates Airline Festival of Literature, Omar Saif Ghobash, the UAE's Ambassador to France, joined the former British ambassador to Lebanon Thomas Fletcher, in a conversation on digital diplomacy.
Researchers from the Centre for Prototype Climate Modeling, New York University Abu Dhabi predict that there could be a 45% decrease in Indian summer monsoon in the late stages of 21st century.
New books by pastors, parents, and experts address the challenge.Publishers Weekly | February 28, 2018
Rising global temperatures will lead to a 60 per cent fall in the number of low pressure storms over the Bay of Bengal that serve as key rain-bearing engines during the monsoon, climate scientists have predicted.
Ninety-seven percent of last year’s graduating class from New York University Abu Dhabi, NYUAD, have succeeded in finding employment or in taking up graduate studies at universities like Yale, Harvard and Oxford, according to a report issued by the university.
NYU study supported by NYU Abu Dhabi Public Health Research Center, finds smoking and vaping rates vary greatly by state.Science Daily | February 27, 2018
Emirates initiatives offer core programmes and education initiatives for all.
We speak to Andy Moor of Dutch punks The Ex about their forthcoming gig at NYU Abu Dhabi.
Artists Sandi Hilal and Alessandro Petti explore collective spaces in Palestine, where lives are stuck in the camps.
Established in 2008, the Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Scholars Programme celebrated ten years of prestigious academic achievement at an event at the Intercontinental Hotel in Abu Dhabi, the site of the programme’s first classes upon its launch in 2008.
A Trinidadian teen is inspiring her peers to preserve the environment through a competition aimed at reducing consumption of harmful environmental products and encouraging recycling.
There are proven links between happiness and achievement in schools and workplaces, writes Tom Fletcher
Anna Zacharias speaks to five women shedding light on the world around us and shaping policy in Abu Dhabi and beyond.
Investors are willing to fund wearables startups as long as they're viable and innovative.
The Emirates Diplomatic Academy, EDA, today hosted a panel discussion looking at the close symbolic, substantive and strategic ties between the UAE and India.
A new photo exhibition is a collaboration with refugees in Djibouti.
Etihad Airways and startAD have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), to develop the entrepreneurship ecosystem in the UAE through exchanging knowledge, expertise and training.
Will you be ordering your future lattes from a robot barista? Speaking to students at NYUAD, a robotics pioneer says that robots are not quite as advanced as you might think
Innovation and entrepreneurship platform startAD today announced it will host a ten-day entrepreneurship programme at NYU Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) to provide ten Fintech startups a unique opportunity to pitch their business one-on-one to investors from the UAE.
As an explosive new contemporary dance performance is set to premiere in the capital, we talk to choreographer Aakash Odedra about exploring conflict and misinterpretation through movement.Abu Dhabi World | February 01, 2018
New York University Abu Dhabi (NYU Abu Dhabi) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Abu Dhabi Airports to encourage innovation in the form of a joint initiative which will align with the objectives of the Year of Zayed, titled Innovation and Accelerating the Future.
As UAE youth are recognised for their contributions to the environment, we take a look at what’s driving our students to step up for conservation.Abu Dhabi World | January 31, 2018
MENA startups, if you’re looking for an opportunity to develop your fintech idea and get up close and personal insights from investors, here’s your chance.
Thousands of young Emiratis flocked to the opening day of Twadheef Recruitment Show at ADNEC on Monday morning, with fresh graduates handing out their resumes left, right and centre.Khaleej Times | January 29, 2018
Aliaa AlMheiri, an Emirati female student from New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD), was announced as the EY UAE Corporate Finance Woman of the Year (CFWY) at an award ceremony held at the St. Regis Hotel in Abu Dhabi.
The Centre for Space Science at NYU Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) convened a meeting of senior members of the UAE space sector and international scientists recently on Future Directions in Heliophysics. Heliophysics is the science of how suns interior influences the atmosphere of the sun and its planets.
Imagine Science Films (ISF) has announced the 4th edition of the film festival, Imagine Science Abu Dhabi 2018, to be presented by The Arts Center at NYU Abu Dhabi between March 8-10.
Acclaimed dancer’s first contemporary dance show will tackle issues of refuge, instability and displacement.
Malik and Stone, professors at New York University Abu Dhabi and the University of Rochester, analyzed 4,000 World Bank projects approved from 1981 to 2012 to see if disbursement for World Bank project payments was impacted by the type of company involved.
NYU Abu Dhabi’s International Genetically Engineered Machine team developed a portable device called E. coLAMP, that can test for E. coli in food samples in 20 minutes and costs just $4 per test.
The 2009 movie will screen as part of a contemporary Arab film series called CinemaNA.
Deal will foster innovation through research, technology.
We present thermal phase observations of the hot Jupiter CoRoT-2b obtained with the Infrared Array Camera (IRAC) on the Spitzer Space Telescope.
Frank Luntz is credited with identifying an ignored class of voters fed up with Washington politicians and receptive to business tycoon's message
Countries must also invest in urban infrastructure, environmental sustainability, transportation and governance .Khaleej Times | January 18, 2018
About 15 students from New York University Abu Dhabi were recently given a hearty welcome by Cambodian Living Arts (CLA) as they started a culture tour of Cambodia under a programme called Arts for Transformation, the case of Cambodia.
Former British prime minister addresses students at New York University Abu Dhabi.
Deepak Unnikrishnan bagged the coveted The Hindu Prize 2017 for his ode to the ‘pravasi’ Malayalee - ‘Temporary People’. Receiving his award from British novelist and journalist Sebastian Faulks.The Hindu | January 15, 2018
Device built by students to discover E.Coli bacteria wins top prize at a major US contest
FOUR Women swept to victory in the inaugural UAE Student Awards for the Advancement of Post Graduate Education 2018, which were launched Thursday at NYU Abu Dhabi by the Minister of Energy & Industry Suhail Al-Mazrouei to celebrate young pioneers in the “Year of Zayed“ who are building the country’s capacity to realize the vision of a knowledge economy.
New art show explores a sense of belonging in a new city.
NYU Abu Dhabi Arts Center hosted the world premiere of Parable of the Sower, an opera composed by the singer/songwriter Toshi Reagon, a queer Brooklyn-based activist, and based on the prophetic novel by Octavia Butler.the Paris Review | January 08, 2018
With cyber-attacks on the rise, a major skills shortage, and digital development continuing apace, just how secure is the region’s cybersecurity industry?
The UAE Healthy Future study is a prospective cohort designed to identify associations between risk factors and these diseases amongst Emiratis.
In the coming months Abu Dhabi will be thrown into a hive of activity with the arrival of the UAE National Sports Day, Abu Dhabi Grand Tour and ITU world triathlon series, but where else in the city can you go to get a piece of the city’s sporting action?Etihad Airways Atlas Magazine | January 04, 2018
With 2018 in its infancy, here’s a selection of the talented women we’ll be keeping a keen eye on over the next 12 months.
Experimentation and collaboration will shape the UAE’s art scene in the new year