A new technology employing natural marijuana-like substances in the body has potential as the basis for new medicines to treat pain, inflammation, and cancer.
An international team of cancer researchers has developed a highly sensitive and specific non-invasive test as a biomarker for early detection of urothelial cancers.
Pamela Best, a junior in the University Scholars program and a double major in Biochemistry and Psychology, has explored multiple experiential opportunities while a student.
An international research team has discovered a previously unknown “supercolony” of more than 1,500,000 Adélie Penguins in the Danger Islands, a chain of remote, rocky islands off of the Antarctic Peninsula’s northern tip.
Michael D’Agati ’18 has for the last few years been engaged in developing supercapacitors using electrodes made from all-carbon 3D scaffolds for in vivo applications.
Researchers have discovered a novel gene that helps understand the mechanism of survival of cryptococcus neoformans, a fungal pathogen, in various host conditions.
Abigail Bishop ’19, a junior in the Women in Science & Engineering (WISE) program at Stony Brook University, is becoming an expert on the life and death of stars.
Samuel L. Stanley, president of Stony Brook University, argues that high school students and their families should consider opportunities for social mobility when applying to college, not arbitrary college rankings.
A new white paper designed to provide New York State healthcare providers and communities with the tools to manage and reduce opioid use disorder in pregnancy has been released by the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), District II.
A new device cleared for commercialization this month by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) can help dentists find clear signs of tooth decay long before dental lesions turn into cavities and without using X-rays.