To enhance cybersecurity technology, a team of Stony Brook physics researchers developed a technology using quantum memory applications to securely store and transfer information, which is now licensed to Qunnect, LLC.
Dr. Kristie Golden, an opioid expert at Stony Brook University Hospital, said “all efforts to combat the opioid epidemic are worthwhile.” But she stressed the importance of aligning the policies of federal, state and local governments.
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Alum Sabrina Thompson will give a keynote lecture at SBUs Diversity Celebration event.
On Monday, November 12, the campus community is invited to learn about the progress the University has made in implementing our Diversity Plan and celebrate the successes and acknowledge the contributions of many individuals and offices on campus.
To better understand how genes respond to temperature fluctuations, a team of researchers designed a study of yeast cell, using computational methods and matching experiments to predict and explain how heating and cooling affect synthetic genes and gene networks.
Dr. Chioma Okeoma leads a research team dedicated to improving our understanding of how internal host cell factors can either modulate or promote disease in response to external attack, focusing on HIV and breast cancer. The Okeoma Lab investigates how the host immune system can be a double-edged sword, inhibiting viral infections on the one hand, and promoting tumor development on the other.