We analyze the data behind the Alzheimer’s drug Aducanumab, and discuss if its accelerated FDA approval was warranted.
The lakes and rivers in New York City are home to a wide array of species, but did you know that harmful algal blooms and high chlorophyll levels can threaten the biodiversity within the city’s waters? We examined the relationship between nitrogen levels and chlorophyll levels in bodies of water in NYC in order to determine if a relationship between harmful algal blooms and increased nitrogen content exists.
Does the utensil you use to take notes actually make a difference? Data shows taking notes in blue pen just might be the key to your success!
Would you swim in the NY Harbor? If you say, “No”, you’re onto something. We aimed to compare water quality in Jamaica Bay in the summer and winter by looking at how temperature relates to dissolved oxygen and Secchi depth.
Find out how the Macaulay community has helped the cause in identifying spotted lanternflies!
What is the relationship between sightings of the invasive species the Spotted Lantern Fly, and Maple, Black Walnut, and birch tree sightings between 2020 and 2021 in the NYC and NJ area?
This project explores the correlations between sugar intake and levels of anxiety.