Videos from New York University
One Question: Transparency in Government
An NYU professor discusses his views on transparency in government.
One Question: The Opioid Crisis
An NYU professor discusses the link between the opioid crisis and HIV rates.
One Question: Special Education
An NYU professor talks about how special education teachers and parents can work together.
One Question: Paper of Record
An NYU professor tackles whether or not there is a 'paper of record' in today's world.
One Question: Latinx
An NYU professor discusses the growing popularity of 'Latinx.'
One Question: Ancestry Websites
An NYU professor talks about how ancestry websites work with your DNA.
One Question: AI
An NYU professor talks about the possibility that AI won't be as powerful as feared.
Engineering the Lunar Module
An NYU professor shares a story about assisting with the lunar module.
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