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Two Stony Brook faculty have been working on Mars missions since 2004, and are working on a two-year science investigation of Mars’ Jezero Crater
Stony Brook University reached a major milestone in the COVID-19 vaccine distribution process on February 18 when it administered the 25,000th vaccine at its state-run mass vaccination site.
A study of 240 intubated and critically ill COVID-19 patients at Stony Brook University Hospital showed that by using an anticoagulation therapy based on blood serum D-dimer levels, mortality was significantly reduced
A study of 240 intubated and critically ill Covid-19 patients at Stony Brook University Hospital showed that by using an anticoagulation therapy based on blood serum D-dimer levels, mortality was significantly reduced
Researchers at Stony Brook University explore a novel approach restoring normal lung function to COVID-19 patients with serious lung disease.
Amelia Camino ’21 — the URECA Undergraduate Researcher of the Month for January 2021 — thoroughly enjoys the collaborative, international research environment of Dr. Milind Diwan’s group at Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL), a team she joined initially as a participant in BNL’s Science & Learning Internship program in Summer 2019.
“There’s a difference between knowing what’s in the textbook vs. actually doing the research and actually figuring it out,” said Natalie Lo, an undergraduate researcher at Stony Brook University
In an effort to improve the safety of healthcare workers, an interdisciplinary team of physicians, engineers, paramedics and students at Stony Brook University has developed a new patient particle containment chamber (PPCC) that can play a key role in containing the COVID-19 virus.
When it comes to COVID-19 vaccine development, don’t leave kids behind
The genetic material that codes for bat adaptations and superpowers — such as the ability to fly, to use sound to move effortlessly in complete darkness, to tolerate and survive potentially deadly viruses, and to resist aging and cancer — has been revealed and published by Stony Brook researchers.