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Science & Tech
Apr 29, 2013
Getting More From New York’s Biomass
Growing cereal grains as an energy source has been criticized for impinging on food production resources. In a plot twist, Shijie Liu, a professor of ...
Mar 25, 2013
Looking for Life on Mars
Up to half of all life on Earth consists of simple microorganisms hidden in rocks beneath the surface. Scientists have suggested that the same may be ...
Healthier New York
Mar 18, 2013
Research: A New Medical Imaging Innovation from Stony Brook
Researchers at Stony Brook University have developed a safer, less-intrusive method to administer MRI scans. They have used a breakthrough substance...
Mar 15, 2013
Biology Major Takes the Lead on the Track and in the Lab
Kathryn Fanning, a biology major who holds the UAlbany women’s record in the mile and 1,000 meter run, is on the fast track to success. Her late...
Mar 11, 2013
Research: Protecting New York From Invasive Species
New York’s native ecosystem is under attack. Invasive species such as zebra mussels, round gobies, and water chestnuts threaten our waterways; garli...
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