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9/17/2014 (Filmmaker) Welcome to the Future: Adrienne Becker on the Business of Social Art
Our goal is to try and couple this effort with our work in education. We're a partner to New York's own Stony Brook University, where Killer has been teaching Master Classes in filmmaking for a couple of years now, and we're working on expanding that program and making it available online to larger audiences in the coming year.

9/19/2014 (Newsday) Stony Brook gets $1.5M to boost tech companies
The state Small Business Development Center at Stony Brook University has been awarded a $1.5-million grant to help fund laboratory equipment and facility renovations for technology companies.

9/17/2014 (Newsday) Stony Brook University announces plans to help students earn degrees in four years
Stony Brook University's president Wednesday announced a major push to get students to complete undergraduate degrees in four years -- a plan that could help reduce individual college costs and education debt.

9/18/2014 (Times Beacon Record) SBU's Obeid sets ambitious goals for medical research
Multitasking has been a necessity for Lina Obeid. The dean for research at the Stony Brook Medical School, Obeid runs a laboratory that focuses on cancer research, advocates for greater resources for other scientists, helps recruit staff members to join the university's research department, and sees geriatric patients at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Northport.

9/17/2014 (Newsday) Researchers find 23 genes linked to increased risk of prostate cancer
An international analysis has uncovered 23 previously unknown gene variants linked to elevated prostate cancer risk, findings that scientists say ultimately could lead to genetic screenings.

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