Mapping Data with Geographic Information Systems

Many NYU students and faculty currently use GIS technology in their research and coursework. Cultural history classes analyze the migration patterns of New York’s immigrant groups, marine biology classes record soil and water samples to see their effect on local ecology, and classes in public health compare the epidemiology of infectious diseases in different areas More →

Upgrading a Historical Building in Prague

NYU’s global network is made up of academic centers across different cities with very different structures that were built in different years—some even in different centuries. Bringing state-of-the-art technology to these buildings can be a challenging prospect. More →