During a four-year research project, funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), an interdisciplinary team of researchers will examine whether a collaboration between humans and robots can improve the quality of recyclables and the profitability of this vital yet struggling sector. At the same time, they will evaluate opportunities to create new human jobs that complement these automated systems.
A survey of faculty experts in the Global Network for Advanced Management found broad agreement that China will remain the most dynamic major economic area in 10 years, and identified climate change, populism, and artificial intelligence as the biggest disruptive forces affecting global business.
Statera Therapeutics, co-founded by Jennifer Fischer ’19 and Owen Yang ’19, aims to modernize immunotherapy and vaccination with "spatiotemporally tuned particles" to maximize drug delivery efficacy. The company took the grand prize at the NYU-Yale Summer Accelerator Pitchoff in July.