First-Ever CEAS Exploration Camp Engineers Young Minds
Eighteen local high school students took time out of their February break to converge on Stony Brook University’s Engineering Building to experience the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences (CEAS) first-ever Exploration...Read More
Research Sheds Light on the Mystery of Consciousness After Brain Injury
A series of recently published studies by researchers in the Department of Neurosurgery at the Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University has found that by monitoring brain functions...Read More
Researchers Create Nanoparticles to Address Environmental Problems
Stony Brook researchers, in collaboration with Brookhaven National Lab (BNL) scientists and the U.S. Air Force Laboratory, have developed a new generation of nanoparticles to address environmental problems. In their...Read More
STEAM Exhibit Features Inspiring Collaboration Between Art and Science
“We’ve been brought up to think that art is on one side and science is on the other,” said Jon Longtin, interim dean of Stony Brook University’s College of Engineering and...Read More
Chao Chen Wins Prestigious NSF CAREER Award
He is an expert in applications of the theory of topological data analysis in machine learning and in biomedical image analysis.
Professor Thomas Woodson: Making an Impact with Technology and Society
At Stony Brook, he investigates the effects of technology on inequality throughout the world and the causes and consequences of inclusive innovation.