NSABB chair Samuel Stanley, the president of Stony Brook University in New York, is pleased that the new rules do not ban gain-of-function research outright. "Basic research on these agents by laboratories that have shown they can do this work safely is key to global security," he said in a statement.
Amidst the exhilaration of Roy Moore’s defeat, and the broader cultural revolution sparked by women’s willingness to expose the sexual misdeeds of powerful men, it’s worth remembering this: Ninety percent of Republican women in Alabama, according to exit polls, cast their ballots for a man credibly accused of pedophilia.
Beginning in August 2018, a new one-year Audio Podcast Fellows program will be conducted by the Stony Brook Southampton Graduate Arts program in Southampton and Manhattan in association with producing partner WSHU Public Radio.
Professor Barbara Chapman is conducting significant research in the area of computational power and large-scale application efficiency for which she has received an NSF Scalable Parallelism in the Extreme award.
Leonie Huddy is an expert in political psychology, elections, public opinion, voting behavior, and women in politics. She has written extensively on these topics, and is the co-editor of the Oxford Handbook of Political Psychology: Second Edition. Because of her expertise, she is featured regularly on CBS Radio as an exit poll analyst. She also serves on the American National Election Studies Board of Overseers and on numerous editorial boards in political science.