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Give Young Scientists the Keys to the Lab

Scientific American

Article author Samuel L. Stanley, Jr., is a physician and medical researcher and president of Stony Brook University, S.U.N.Y. in New York State and writes, "The scientific community needs to work more broadly with funders of scientific research to develop ways to embrace and encourage younger scientists. It’s not an easy task but it’s a vital one because it’s crucial that the best young scientists see a promising career ahead in scientific research, a major ingredient in our nation’s economic preeminence."

Antarctic meltdown: Continent at risk by 2100, cities to pay price

People's World

Malcolm Bowman, an oceanography professor from Stony Brook University in Long Island, spoke in particular about New York, and how it will be affected when all that ice melts and the sea levels go up. "We could expect FDR Drive to be underwater. We could expect the water to be lapping around Wall Street. We could see vital infrastructure, hospitals, sewage treatment plants, communication conduits all paralyzed by flooding with seawater, which is very corrosive."

Montagne d’Ambre Dwarf Lemur: New Species Found

Sci-News.com

Dr Lei and his colleagues from the Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, Stony Brook University, Australian National University and the Madagascar Biodiversity Partnership report that the Montagne d’Ambre dwarf lemur measures 6.3-7.1 inches (16-18 cm) long, with a tail length of 10.2-10.6 inches (26-27 cm).

Research-backed secrets to a great relationship

Business Insider

You better believe there is. Arthur Aron is one of the world’s top researchers on romantic love. He is a professor at Stony Brook University and author of a number of key books on the subject of relationships including:"Handbook of Closeness and Intimacy"
"Heart of Social Psychology: A Backstage View of a Passionate Science. I gave Arthur a call and learned what makes us attractive, how to have a great first date, and the things that kill and improve relationships.

Eye-tracking devices may help ICU patients communicate

Fox News

"Eye-tracking devices may be an effective tool to promote patient communication and increased psychosocial well-being in selected ICU patients," lead study author Jonah Gerry, a researcher at Stony Brook University School of Medicine in New York, said by email.

A World Of Opportunity At Annual CEWIT Conference

Innovate LI

Billing itself as "New York’s premier IT conference and international forum on emerging technologies for a smarter world," the Center of Excellence in Wireless and Information Technology’s 12th annual international conference – CEWIT2015, for short – is slated for Oct.19 and 20 at the Melville Marriott.

Philanthropy helps the giver, too

Detroit Free News

"Every great moral and spiritual tradition points to the truth that in the giving of self lies the discovery of a deeper self," said Dr. Stephen Post, a professor of preventive medicine and bioethics at Stony Brook University School of Medicine.

North Shore hospitals improving our health care

Times Beacon Record

In this dynamic health care environment, I take great pride in the fact that two of our local hospitals have recognized that by working together, the quality of health care in our community significantly improves. We are fortunate to have Stony Brook Medicine — an outstanding, tertiary care hospital and research-intense medical school, in close proximity to John T. Mather Memorial Hospital — one of our region’s premiere community teaching hospitals

Nobel Prize Winner Angus Deaton Wrote the Book on Inequality Before Piketty

Bloomberg Business

Grandparents and Children Might Not Want to Live Together
Elderly people who live with children younger than 18 enjoy their lives less and have more anger and stress, according to a 2013 study he did with Arthur A. Stone of Stony Brook University.

How to Have a Great Relationship: 5 New Secrets from Research

New York Observer

Is there an expert who can give us some real answers about love: how to find it, nurture it and maybe even repair it? You better believe there is. Arthur Aron is one of the world’s top researchers on romantic love. He is a professor at Stony Brook University and author of a number of key books on the subject of relationships including: "Handbook of Closeness" and "Intimacy and the Heart of Social Psychology: A Backstage View of a Passionate Science." I gave Arthur a call and learned what makes us attractive, how to have a great first date and the things that kill and improve relationships.

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