10/24/2014 (MyFoxNY) Dr. Saul Hymes, infectious disease specialist, Stony Brook Hospital, discusses the first confirmed Ebola case in NYC.
Dr. Saul Hymes, infectious disease specialist, Stony Brook Hospital, discusses the first confirmed Ebola case in NYC.
10/23/2014 (The Crux) No joke: Here's everything you need to know to have a great, long-lasting relationship
What is love? (Sit down. This might take a minute.). 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.
10/14/2014 (Edible East End) Hamptons Brine
Nadia Ernestus now employs four people to make her three types of sauerkraut (plain, chunky and spicy) and two types of kvass (plain and spicy) at the Stony Brook University Open Kitchen Incubator at Calverton, with plans to expand.
10/22/2014 (Newsday) More than two-thirds of LI's coastal waters lack enough oxygen for fish to survive, says Stony Brook researcher
More than two-thirds of Long Island's coastal waters did not contain enough oxygen this summer to enable fish to survive, according to research to be released Wednesday by Stony Brook University.
10/20/2014 (Newsday) Stony Brook men's and women's teams have new arena and a goal: NCAA bid
Freshly renovated Stony Brook Arena has that "new arena'' smell, and the Seawolves' men's and women's basketball teams, which each lost in the America East Conference championship game last season, also have a new feel to go with the belief that they have what it takes to get over the hump this season.