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Researchers at Stony Brook University have found a way to computationally predict stable molecular species in liquid solutions.
Stony Brook University will lead a new, innovative network of regional biomedical research institutions to accelerate translational research that will impact and advance clinical care for many physical and mental health conditions.
Researchers at Stony Brook University, led by Dominik Schneble, report the formation of matter-wave polaritons in an optical lattice, an experimental discovery that enables studies of a central QIST paradigm through direct quantum simulation using ultracold atoms.
“Honestly that’s what research is. It’s all troubleshooting,” said Joshua Heuvel-Horwitz ’23 — the URECA researcher of the month for March 2022 — who has experienced the day-to-day process of working through problems as an undergraduate researcher in the group of Chemistry Professor Trevor Sears since 2019.
A Stony Brook University expert has identified that mucosal-associated invariant T cells (MAIT cells) — an unconventional form of immune cell — exercise several complex roles during healthy and disease states.
A new study from Stony Brook University and Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) was tracking lithium metal deposition and removal from a battery anode while it was cycling to find clues as to how failure occurs.  
Scientists from Stony Brook University are discovering the significant effects that global climate change has had on penguin colonies in the Antarctic.
As climate change events continue to cause substantial widespread loss, damage, and financial costs, Stony Brook University researchers call for developed nations to direct resources toward operationalizing extreme weather events and impact attribution.
New discoveries from Stony Brook University experts lay the groundwork to better understand and treat Crohn’s disease, a type of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD).
Sasha McKay — the URECA researcher of the month for February 2022 — graduated summa cum laude in December 2021 with a double major in biochemistry and sociology.