Thanks to the work of Stony Brook University researchers, commercially available materials may provide potentially scalable "nanocages" for trapping noble gases.
Vicken Khazar ’22 at Stony Brook University — the URECA Researcher of the Month for June 2021 — is a biology major doing research under the mentorship of Dr. Patrick Hearing, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, on “Understanding the Role of the SPRTN Metalloprotease in the Adenovirus DNA Damage Response.”
A project called SEA MATE, with a team of researchers led by Stony Brook University Professor Matthew Eisaman, is using electricity to remove acid from the ocean while also taking carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
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Researchers at Stony Brook University and the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Brookhaven National Laboratory have identified the primary reaction mechanism that occurs in a rechargeable, water-based battery made from zinc and manganese oxide.
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An electroencephalogram (EEG) study of adolescents with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) identified a neural signal that may help explain the variation of how those with ASD perceive or understand the mental states of others (called “Theory of Mind”)
A novel urine screening test that uses the protein Keratin 17 (K17) as a biomarker to detect new or recurrent bladder cancer may change diagnostics for a certain form of the disease called urothelial carcinoma (UC).
Stony Brook University Researchers highlight a way to improve weather forecasts beyond two weeks by using machine learning.
According to a recent research paper by Danling Jiang at Stony Brook University, weather can influence the way we invest.
A Stony Brook University expert is joining the battle against Algal Blooms
Stony Brook University scientists have published a study showing that inhibiting the KRAS gene and activating immune pathways suppressed by cancer could improve the treatment of pancreatic cancer.