A new study shows Queens as a top transmission hub for the virus last spring, most likely due to less health surveillance being available for the borough's essential workforce.
How scientists track small—and big—changes in the coronavirus.
A new study measures the horrible toll of the pandemic on New York's children.
The race to find treatments and a vaccine typically begins with creating a clone of the virus.
Australia and Iran are "experiencing rapid virus spread" despite their warm temperatures.
Joseph Wilson states in a lawsuit that his former employer misplaced years of his research.
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An American Museum of Natural History researcher has, ahem, ruffled a few feathers after he went ahead and killed a rare bird in the name of research.
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Researchers from the NYC Transit Authority observed straphangers over three weeks last year to glean insights into the seating and standing behavior of subway riders.
When it comes to the ability to spread diseases worldwide, New York's very own little piece of transportation hell, JFK, is number one!
According to a recent French study, waitresses who wear red lipstick make more tips.
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