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“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.
Two studies led by Stony Brook University researchers to be presented virtually at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference on July 28, 2020, indicate that World Trade Center (WTC) first responders are at risk for developing dementia
The universe is about 13.8 billion years old, according to new research published in a series of papers by an international team of astrophysicists, including Stony Brook’s Neelima Sehgal.
Areas most at risk from the COVID-19 pandemic can be identified by a new machine learning tool developed by researchers at startup company Akai Kaeru LLC, which is affiliated with Stony Brook University’s Department of Computer Science and the Institute for Advanced Computational Science.
A team of researchers at Stony Brook University projects that future tropical cyclones, or hurricanes, will feature more intense rain with more rain produced per hour than previous storms.
Some bat species seem to carry coronaviruses but rarely be affected by them. Scientists at Stony Brook University are trying to understand why this is the case.
Stony Brook University researchers have developed programs and strategies for families with children who have ASD to cope and adjust during the pandemic and in anticipation of how life will change in its aftermath.