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Professional Learning with Scientific American and N.Y.U. Polytechnic


“Intellectual growth should commence at birth and cease only at death,” said the famous physicist Albert Einstein—and one of the 150-plus Nobel Prize-winning scientists who has authored a feature article in Scientific American. If you feel inspired by Einstein’s drive for lifelong learning, you may like to know you have some support in the new [...]

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Learn More about Courses from Scientific American and N.Y.U.-Poly


Since 1845, Scientific American has shared the wonders of science with lifelong learners as the country’s oldest continuously published magazine. It’s in our DNA. In the first issue, the editors explained about Scientific American: “As a family newspaper, it will convey more useful intelligence to children and young people than five times its cost in [...]

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Teach a Course for Scientific American and N.Y.U.-Poly


Scientific American and NYU-Poly are teaming up to offer week-long online courses for a virtual professorial education program, and we’re looking for great proposals. This program will help mid-career professionals in science and technology fields to maintain their competitive credentials or to take the next career step. Interactive and engaging, the online short courses will [...]

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