NYU Tandon Shows Off its Best and Brightest

Among the projects featured at the school's Research Expo: a model for earlier detection of autism, a search tool for the dark web and a virtual-reality experience to explore queerness. The event invited the public to take a peek at what the school is wor

Friday was an overcast, downright wintry day for late April. But that didn’t stop a throng of schoolchildren from excitedly skipping back and forth between the tents perched upon MetroTech Commons.

The occasion: NYU Tandon’s Research Expo, which showcased projects from the school’s faculty as well as undergraduate and graduate students.

  • A rover to mine the surface of Mars?
  • A tool to predict the likelihood of a child developing autism?
  • A machine-learning platform to combat human trafficking?

Check, check and check.

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