The four-hour fair will start at noon and feature activities meant to give visitors a flavor of campus life — including marching band, dance and choral performances, science demonstrations and an ice cream social.
The hospital is recognized for Superior Performance in Labor and Delivery among the top 10 percent of hospitals evaluated, and has also been cited as a Five-Star Recipient for Vaginal Delivery and C-Section Delivery for the fourth consecutive year.
An international team of researchers decided to use genetic data to see if they could shed light on one of the most intriguing barbarian groups -- The Longobards. They found evidence these Barbarians created a kingdom in the area of modern Austria and western Hungary in the sixth century, and they conquered most of Italy in the later sixth century.
Faculty from divergent disciplines can find common ground, discuss teaching strategies, take in seminars, embrace new technologies and collaborate on research projects — or just make new friends over a cup of coffee at Faculty Commons in the Melville Library.
As the US prepares to return to the surface of the Moon, Stony Brook researchers are partnering with Astrobotic Technology to demonstrate the robotic technologies needed to explore and study the Moon’s most interesting and challenging destinations.
Dr. Priyanka Sharma was recognized in for her pioneering work on the low-cost conversion of untreated biomass to sustainably develop carboxy-cellulose nanofibers, which have applications in biomedicine and water purification.
Todd Griffin specializes in Minimally Invasive and Robotic Gynecological Surgery (MIS), which centers on performance of laparoscopic and robotic surgeries to treat endometriosis, fibroids, and pelvic organ prolapse. He has received a number of awards and he was one of a team at Stony Brook School of Medicine who received the prestigious Ellison Pierce Safety Award from the American Society of Anesthesiology for their work on Simulation for the Management of Obstetrical Hemorrhage.