Public Works was thrilled to see NYU’s Center for Urban Science and Progress mentioned yesterday by Crain’s New York. Just a year ago, we helped NYU to develop a compelling–and winning–$75 million proposal for Mayor Bloomberg’s Applied Science Facility competition. The campus, which will reactivate the long-dormant former NYC Transit headquarters in Downtown Brooklyn, will focus on advancing cutting-edge science and engineering challenges that an increasingly urbanized globe is confronting. Take a look at some of the challenges the school is taking on, using NYC as its proving ground.

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