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Stony Brook University - The State University of New York

Stony Brook University is one of America’s most dynamic public universities, a center of academic excellence and an internationally recognized research institution that is changing the world. After less than 60 years of existence, it’s ranked among the top 100 universities in the nation.

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Negative attitudes toward frozen vegetables may be impacting consumption of healthy foods, according to research by Stony Brook marketing professors.
Mackenzie Deng, a graduating senior receiving his degree in Business Management, developed and implemented College Thursdays, a post-secondary education and preparation program for the Boys and Girls Club of Bellport (BGC).
Edward Gallagher ’18 has worked to develop a more efficient, sustainable method to compost food waste at Stony Brook University campus dining locations.
Alexa Rockwell, a senior Computer Science major at Stony Brook University, founded a non-profit organization called EDUCodes, where she paired college students with public schools to teach computer science workshops.
An international team of scientists has developed a new cell imaging technology to create high-resolution “movies” of cells in their 3D environment.
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.