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Beyond 4G: The future of wireless

In a conference room overlooking Manhattan’s Greenwich Village last week, NYU showcased research being conducted by professors from its various branches—its school of medicine, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, and Polytechnic Institute—at an event titled “Beyond 4G: The Future of Wireless.”

Nine academics presented their findings on the wireless environment of today and tomorrow.

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The New York Times gets a cheap new local blog with the help of a few NYU students

At a time when hyperlocal news is taking off, many newspapers are struggling to fund the reporting necessary to keep popular but costly local news bureaus active. But The New York Times is taking a new approach. They're tapping into the potential talent pool at New York University's Arthur L Carter Journalism Institute to launch a new East Village focused news blog.

The effort will help the Times expand its local coverage and help journalism students get important experience (and a few bylines). Not a bad deal. And are there any reasons why the Times should pay journalists when it can get students to do their work for free?

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