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

NEW RESIDENCE HALLS & DINING FACILITY CONSTRUCTION UNDERWAY AT  STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY

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Stony Brook University  broke ground recently on Phase I of the new 759-room student housing facilities and 60,000-square-foot dining center located on Toll Drive. Scheduled to be completed by fall 2016, the  new development will offer additional residential options for upperclassman, and bring the total on-campus housing inventory to more than 10,300 beds, making Stony Brook University the largest campus housing program in SUNY   more  


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SBU Geosciences Secures $1.4 Million NASA Grant

LED SafetyDr. Joel Hurowitz and colleagues in the Stony Brook University Department of Geosciences were selected to receive a $1.4 million NASA grant to support the development and testing of the “Planetary Instrument for X-ray Lithochemistry” (PIXL), one of the seven instruments just selected to be part of the scientific instrument payload of the Mars 2020 rover mission. With PIXL, Mars researchers will be able to simultaneously link chemistry to rock textural features that are as small as a grain of table salt.  more 

 

 

 

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