Researchers have designed a rotating keyboard, called COMPASS, that lets users “type” text into smartwatches without a touchscreen interface. Entering text on smartwatches is currently quite difficult, especially on those without a virtual keyboard.
ABC's Alex Marquardt treks through Madagascar’s rainforest with Patricia Wright, Distinguished Professor of Anthropology at Stony Brook University, and her team to search for elusive and endangered lemurs.
As President Donald Trump proposed to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, Stony Brook University community members and students voiced their support for the DREAMers — the name given to the approximately 800,000 undocumented immigrants that were brought to the United States as children.
Stony Brook surgeon and trauma medicine physician James A. Vosswinkel, MD, was named the Lillian and Leonard Schneider Endowed Professor in Trauma Surgery at an investiture ceremony on September 7, 2017.
Adam Gonzalez, Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Stony Brook University, will lead a trial designed to inform the delivery of mental health treatments for astronauts. The NASA-funded study involves “astronaut-like” individuals and is being developed in conjunction with researchers from the Black Dog Institute in Australia.
NASA recently joined forces with Stony Brook University students and researchers to venture onto other-worldly terrain in the New Mexico desert as part of a program designed to prepare future astronauts for their potential journeys into space — to the moon and even Mars.
Stony Brook graduate student and ethnomusicologist Jay Loomis and assistant professor of computer science Roy Shilkrot teamed up to secure a grant to create 3D printed replicas of ancient wind instruments.
Jennifer L. Anderson's research focuses on the environmental and cultural history of the Caribbean and the greater Atlantic World in the 17th -19th centuries. Her new work explores New York's early Caribbean connections. She also examines how Long Island became a venue where Native peoples, European settlers, and enslaved Africans encountered each other during the colonial period.