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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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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.
Scientists from Stony Brook University’s School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences (SoMAS) will be developing seasonal predictions of fish and marine mammal distributions in the Northeast United States with the goal to enhance protected species management.
Nearly 80 Stony Brook students, faculty and staff participated in an innovative initiative called “Disaster Relief Map-A-Thon: Puerto Rico.”
Researchers at Stony Brook University were awarded $3.5M by the Office of Naval Research to help guard against online security breaches that threaten personal data.
Researchers have developed a new tool for analyzing fossil DNA that may help advance the study of human evolution.
Stony Brook University researchers are using 3D printers to recreate playable replicas of ancient wind instruments, including flutes, ceramic ocarinas, and whistles of different shapes and sizes.