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Stony Brook University - The State University of New York

Stony Brook University is one of America’s most dynamic public universities, a center of academic excellence and an internationally recognized research institution that is changing the world. After less than 60 years of existence, it’s ranked among the top 100 universities in the nation.

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Innovative research could lead to more sustainable agricultural practices, such as fertilizer developed from biomass, thanks to Stony Brook-led work supported by NSF
Professors at Stony Brook University are working to advance a multifunctional eye-gaze-based app that can help ALS patients gain back some of their lost independence.
A study of more than 8,000 women from seven countries revealed that at the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, stress experienced by pregnant women predicted more frequent anxiety and depressive symptoms.
The experimental findings and ice crystal formation model, described in Science Advances, enhance the understanding of cloud formation and effects on climate.
A study involving Stony Brook University quantifies for the first time past and future country cost savings for solar module production from globalized supply chains
Global concerns such as epidemics, wars and disasters weigh upon the minds of people around the world during every decade. But can a dominant global problem such as the Covid-19 pandemic cause people to neglect other urgent societal problems? A Stony Brook University study concludes that answer is yes.
Stony Brook University is leading a research project that focuses on the interplay between the evolution of the landscape, climate and fossil record of mammal evolution and diversification in the Western United States.
A study by a team of scientists including three from Stony Brook University proposes a novel method to search for new particles not currently contained in the standard model of particle physics. Their method could shed light on the nature of dark matter and black holes.
There were an estimated 18 million cancer cases around the world in 2020. Though treatment methods have improved greatly in recent years, there is still a long way to go in combatting many types of cancer, and Stony Brook University researchers are working to expedite cancer care.
A study that surveyed cancer screening data included in medical journals worldwide from January 2020 into December 2021 showed significant decreases in the number of screenings for breast, colorectal and cervical cancers during the early phase of the Covid-19 pandemic. The findings of the study, published in JAMA Oncology, are one point of evidence that the global pandemic widely affected cancer screening services.