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.
Carol Carter Elected Fellow of the American Academy of Microbiology
Her discovery 20 years ago that suggested a new strategy to fight HIV led to a new approach to antiviral drug development.
‘STEM + Arts = STEAM’ Event Celebrates Synergy Between Art and Engineering
The exhibit will be on view through March 9 and features three biosignal-driven works that illustrate the influence our bodies have on technology, portrayed artistically.
Four SBU Faculty Are Named 2022 Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellows
Michael Airola, Eszter Boros, Jennifer Cano and Prerana Shrestha were among 118 early-career scholars to be recognized by the program.
Four SBU Faculty Mentored Three Regeneron Science Competition Scholars
The three students are among 40 finalists who were selected from a group of 300 semifinalists, 11 of whom were mentored by 10 different SBU faculty.
New Research Could Pave the Way to Better Treatments for Crohn’s Disease
Led by Pawan Kumar, the research identified a new role for Interleukin-17A in promoting selective epithelial cell development and limiting inflammation during colitis.
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