Starting forward Tyrell Sturdivant’s Twitter picture, and the very first photo on his timeline — pinned there from a year and a half ago — is an image of him with a basketball net for a necklace, kissing the America East championship trophy.
A new cavity finding device was cleared for commercialization this month by the FDA. According to lead researcher, Israel Kleinberg, the device could help dentists diagnose and monitor pre-cavitated lesions in enamel that cannot be detected by X-rays.
Salinity levels in the Great South Bay have risen and scientists at SoMAS have documented an increase in salt-loving and migratory species there. They have also found evidence of fish moving from ocean to bay more often than in the past, when the only openings to the bay were from the Fire Island and Moriches inlets on either end of the 32-mile-long island.
As Stony Brook celebrates Native American Heritage throughout November with a variety of events and performances, acknowledgement of the history and issues surrounding indigenous peoples is a year-round commitment on campus.
Become immersed in the entrepreneurial spirit during WolfieTank 2017 at the Wang Center on Nov. 7 at 5pm, where a $1,000 prize will be awarded to the student with the best idea. Presenters will deliver their pitch in front of entrepreneurs from the Long Island area, and there will be time for questions, feedback and advice from the judges.
For his work focusing on the risks involved in deploying fully autonomous computer systems, Biomedical Informatics Assistant Professor Romeil Sandhu has been awarded $450K from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (with video).
Stephanie Kelton's research areas include monetary policy, employment policy, public finance, international finance, and European monetary integration. A well-known policy expert, she has served as Chief Economist of the US Senate Budget Committee and as Senior Economic Advisor to the presidential campaign of Senator Bernie Sanders. She continues as chair of the Board of Economists for Peace and Security. In 2016, POLITICO recognized her as one of the 50 people across the country who is most influencing the political debate.