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Stony Brook Takes Going Green to New Heights
Stony Brook Takes Going Green to New Heights


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The facts couldn’t be clearer: Car accidents are the number-one cause of accidental deaths in children ages 0-19 nationally. The AAA auto club says the 100 days of summer (from Memorial Day to Labor Day) are the deadliest for teenage drivers and their teen passengers. It's a time when schedules are looser; trips involve friends and fun rather than school and structured activities; and curfews may be less strict.   more » 
This year’s competition attracted a record 15,000 applicants from among the nation’s top STEM graduate students; 2000 awards were made across science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. - See more at: http://sb.cc.stonybrook.edu/news/general/140425NASgradstudentaward.php#sthash.TSCGjMkO.dpuf


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New Feathered Dinosaur from China Sheds Light on Dinosaur Flight

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Research findings from an international team of scientists including Alan Turner, PhD, Assistant Professor in the Department of Anatomical Sciences at Stony Brook University School of Medicine, uncovers details on how a new species of a feathered raptorial dinosaur found in China provides evidence on how large-bodied dinosaurs took to the air. To be published in Nature Communications, the research hinges on understanding where within the evolutionary tree of dinosaurs this new species, called Changyuraptor yangi, belonged. More »




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